The seas is still bumpy from SSW winds overnight, but it’s cleaned up a bit this morning with South winds at 7 knots. Surf is around 1′ with a few bigger sets, just going through high tide at 6am. The dropping tide will affect it after 0730, but a few more options may open up mid-morning with less water over the reefs. Low tide at lunch will favour Trigs and South Port, but a sea breeze will probably kick in around the same time. I’ll most likely be bumpy after lunch, but there should still be a few waves on the incoming tide. There’s a slim chance of a sou-easter cleaning it up after 7pm.
There’s been some rain overnight and a cool change, with winds around to the WNW at 15 knots on the Mid Coast early. Surf is only around one foot and most of that is chop whipped up by the wind. It’s also looking very full coming off high tide, but it’ll start to drain out after 7am. The Bureau of Met predicts 20 – 30 knot SW winds, but I doubt it’ll get that strong. It’s still likely the incoming tide after lunch will see the swell lift, and semi-stormy waves along the coast. Low tide at lunch might deliver a few bumpy 1 – 2′ waves at South Port, and there will probably be some bumpy 2′ waves for the grommies at Seaford late arvo. Winds should start to ease toward evening, but it’ll stay bumpy all day. Check the latest surf forecast to see how the rest of the week is looking
The wind is back to the East at 10 knots and conditions are clean on a moonlit Mid Coast early. There are a few lines of swell on the reefs coming off high tide, mostly one foot with occasional bigger sets. Not everywhere is breaking and the dropping tide will really get stuck into it after 7am. Low tide at midday will expose plenty of reef and favour Trigs and the beach breaks. The wind looks like i may go a bit sea breezey after lunch so bumps are possible just as the tide starts to push back in. It doesn’t look like it’ll build much on the incoming, but it’s worth keeping an eye on it just in case. An evening sou-easter will clean it up for a late one. Check the updated surf forecast to see how the rest of the week is looking
15 knot SSW winds are up and into it early, and it’s small and choppy on the Mid Coast. Surf is only around 1′ and also looking full and slow coming off the high tide. Not much will change as the tide heads out, and low tide late morning will only reveal waist-high lumps at South Port and Trigs. The incoming tide probably won’t bring any miracles either, with Southerly winds in the 12 – 17 knot range through the middle part of the day. An evening sou-easter might clean it up a bit after 7pm. Check the latest surf forecast to see how the rest of the week is looking.
The wind is very light from the NE and conditions are clean on the Mid Coast early. There are still a few 1′ waves on the reefs with occasional bigger sets, but the dropping tide will knock some wind out of it soon. Low tide is at 11am, then the tide will roll back in for most of the afternoon to a peak just before 5pm. The wind should kick around to the SE soon and start to pick up, before shifting Southerly at 20 knots and then SW after lunch. The sou-easter won’t hurt but once the Southerly arrives conditions will deteriorate. It will also cool down. Check the updated surf forecast to see how the rest of the weekend is looking.
Conditions are clean and glassy on the Mid Coast early with very light ENE winds. There are small liens of swell much like there’s been all week, with 1′ waves on the reefs and rare bigger sets. The tide is heading out to a low at 1030, then it’ll be slowly incoming until 4:30pm. The wind should be OK for a few hours this morning before picking up from the NE-N to around 15 knots. A southerly change is expected to arrive around lunchtime, so there’s a chance the wind might back off again before it arrives. There may be a few 1 – 2′ sets at some stage on the incoming tide, before the wind gets into it. There’s also a chance of a sou-easter arriving in the evening and smoothing it off again. Check the updated surf forecast to see how it’s looking heading into the weekend.
The wind is light from the East and conditions are clean on the Mid Coast early. There are 1′ waves on the reefs again, and occasional bigger sets despite a less than ideal tide. Low ti s at 10am, and it’s already draining out. Low tide mid -morning will favour Triggs and the beach breaks at South Port and Moana. The tide will begin to lift after 11am, and around midday some of the other reefs should start picking up some new swell. Unfortunately the wind looks like it’ll go Southerly and may pick up to 17 knots. The forecast is a bit iffy, and we might just have sou-easters all afternoon. High tide is at 3:45pm, only 1.7m.
Conditions are clean on the Mid Coast early with light East winds, and small lines of swell, A few 1′ waves are hitting the reefs owing mainly to the swell direction, coming up to a nominal high tide at 0910. A Northerly wind is predicted to pop up not long after sunrise, and that’ll take the gloss off if for a few hours. The breeze is s’posed to drop out again after lunch, so it may glass off again later. The slow outgoing tide won’t help lift the swell after lunch, but Trigs and the beach breaks may work better with less water.
Winds are light from the SE on the Mid Coast early and there are small lines of swell on the reefs. Southerly winds overnight have lect a slight wobble but there are reasonably clean 1′ waves coming up to a nominal high tide at 0920. From then on the tide will slowly drain out for the rest of the day, which won’t really help lift the swell. The wind will swing more Southerly late morning, possibly SSW at 17 knots after lunch. Anywhere exposed will become bumpy, and it’ll probably stay that way for the better part of the day. An evening sou-easter may clean it up after 0630, but it’ll stay 1′ all day by the looks Check the latest surf forecast to see how the next few days are looking.
Southerly winds are up and into it early on the Mid Coast, around 15 knots and adding bumps. Surf is only around 1′ and half of it is chop, coming up to high tide at 0830. Not a lot with change as the tide heads out mid-morning, but by 2pm a lot of reef will be exposed along the coast. With Southerlies at 15 – 20 knots settling in for the day, it won’t be special after lunch. The swell should lift slightly mid – late arvo as some new WSW swell start to push in. Try the SOuthern end of South Port for part shelter and small waves late arvo / evening. Check the updated surf forecast to see how the next few days are looking.