Went for a splash at far south Narrabeen. Lotsa little shutdowns, but the water was clear and it was such a beautiful morning… here’s a snap I took with the new Olympus 1050 SW…
Typical. Long weekend ends and we have a bright sunny morning (bit chilly) and little waves coming in. The swell basically started arriving around daybreak in Sydney. It’s out of the south and getting close to 3 metres on average. The power setting’s only around 8 seconds though, so the bigger sets are maybe shoulder high at Dee Why.
Wind is out of the WSW at around 10-15 kts as I write this. The Bureau says it will ease off soon and be fairly light later this morning. By afternoon we can expect 8-13 kts of SE-NE wind. So, sounds like the plan is to get out there now I’d say.
The forecast models are still showing a dip tomorrow and then another kick up on Thursday as an 8-16 hour wide long period south pulse rolls through. With luck it’ll peak during daylight hours. And the Bureau says Sydney can expect light and variable breezes in the morning before it turns around to the NE at 10-20 kts. Could be a case of North Corners are Go!
Have yourself a top old day!