Cold and glassy for the early with sets in the waist to chest plus range at the top of Northy and from about the pole to Dee Why point.
At 0500 swell was SE at 2 metres with a typical period of 11 seconds. At 0710 wind was west around 10 kts.
Tide hits low at 0840 and comes back in to the high at 1515.
Wind should go southerly soon, so the plan is to hit it asap for the maximum number of surf options.
The models are all telling us that the swell will peak today and ratchet down a bit for tomorrow, but it should still be surfable at south magnet spots – particularly in the morning while the wind is light and variable. Southerly’s due to come up later in the day.
Monday could still see a few odds and sods, but from there on it’s not looking too interesting. Maybe a few longboard waves at south spots, but other than that, not much.
So get in if you can and have yourself a top old Saturday!