Big south-west buster kicked early this morning, and its getting stronger by the hour. The predicted swell still hasn’t arrived mainly due to the offshore wind holding it all out to sea. Sydney is wild and windy and the swell has hit there big time, but I don’t think we are going to get much of that large 4 meter swell that was forecast for Wednesday. Most of this swell will pass us by. Lighter winds may bring a few spots into action tomorrow, but it’s not looking great at the moment.
There were 3 guys out at this beach around 10.30 this morning, the waves were weak and hard to surf with gale force winds in ya face, might be better to wait till tomorrow
bright and sunny this morning…. not so nice by the afternoon
This Jack in Byron late last year…. he’s done a lot since then…..
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HIGH TIDE: 1.53pm 1.3meter
LOW TIDE: 6.58am 0.4 meter
WATER TEMP: 18
SWELL: flat first thing, but is increasing through the day, should be overhead by tonight
WAVE PERIOD: 9 seconds
WIND: strong south west