Waves, mostly small, but surfable for Saturday am

Posted by: on September 5th, 2015

Hello Friends,

This morning saw a low tide at 0710. The MHL buoy was picking up a 9-sec, 2 metre SSE swell plus a little NNE energy. Wind was lightly offshore.
Swell should be getting into a fair number of places for now, but the outlook is for it to fade into the marginal range over the next 24 hours and the front half of the week isn’t looking too special.
Most interesting spots I saw were at Northy and No Man’s (see below).
Some hope though for another 2 metre-ish south-ish pulse midweek. The big question mark is the wind which right now the Bureau is predicting to be S-SW in the 20-25 kt range on Wednesday, going more S-SSE on Thursday.
Have yourself a stoking Saturday everyone!

sth narra

Untouched shorey at sth Narra

north narrabeen surfing

The crew getting a few at Northy as of 0645

dy point

Small but not uncatchable at 0650

dy beach

Busy old beachy at No Man’s

Woah! Nice bomb set at No Man's

Woah! Nice bomb set at No Man’s

butterbox

Optimists hunting for peaks at Butterbox

long reef

Longy looking pretty weak and junky

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