Small to tiny but not flat for Tuesday morning

Posted by: on October 29th, 2019

Hello Friends,

We had light breezes for the early. Skies were hazy but mostly free of cloud and there seems to be a little south swell trickling in. It didn’t look too consistent at Dee Why and size was in the knee high range with maybe the odd bigger one. Out at sea the MHL buoy observation from 0400 was seeing 12 seconds of 1.5 metres from the S-SSE.

The Bureau’s website is among a number of major sites offline here in Australia and around the world. So no forecast info to share for now. From the models it would appear we can expect NE wind this afternoon. And tomorrow may offer similar marginal surf conditions under cloudy skies. Next tide is a high at 0845.

Longer range outlook is for weak and small through the rest of the week with perhaps a little NE windswell influx on Saturday.

Have yourself a top old Tuesday everyone!

 

Set at the point 0635

Set at 0630

Hanging out, waiting for a little something along the beach at 0630

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