We’ve clicked down another increment but there are still waves to be had on a sunny and beautiful Sunday morning at Dee Why. Swell is out of the SSE-SE, it’s about 1.4 metres with an average period of 9 seconds.
When I first checked it around 0830, we were still 45 minutes from high tide, so it was as full as it’ll get today. Set wave faces at the point were knee to waist-ish and along the beach knee to chest-ish. A fish or a mal would be the go.
Wind should stay light during the morning but by evening it could be out of the north at 15-20kts.
Tomorrow should be mostly sunny again, with SW wind in the morning and the swell should be bumping up a little from the south.
Tuesday still looks like seeing a more distinct improvement to the size at south facing spots and the pulse should stick around through Weds, although it looks like being smaller. The models are calling for periods in the 10-11 sec range. Tuesday wind is forecast to be 15-20kts SW in the morning, weakening later and swinging SE.
Have yourself a top old day and keep on smilin’