On a tight schedule so will just post some pictures and then, if the coverage permits, will attempt to add some details later.
Short version is that swell has dropped dramatically and is now around the 2.5 metre mark as the day kicks off. It’s coming from the ESE at about 10-sec apart. This morning sees lots of waves and horrible looking water with light offshores. The point at Dee Why was working in the chest to head range and the beach was maybe a touch bigger and seemed to be peakier than in a while. Not tremendous quality though. For that you could look elsewhere, like the north end of the Collaroy to Narrabeen stretch. Pollution is likely to be terrible the closer you get to Northy. Wave quality from there south was very good. Offshore, shoulder plus and heaps of peaks.