The wind is from the SE at 10 knots and conditions are clean on the Mid Coast, but there’s hardly any swell. Surf is shin-high and looking weak again, and it’s also pretty full just coming off high tide. Nothing much will change ad the tide heads out during the morning, and low tide will only deliver a few small peelers at South Port. After lunch, the wind will probably go more SOutherly and might pick up to 17 knots – adding bumps along exposed stretches. It won’t make much difference, as wave heights will be lucky to top 9 inches today. SE winds should clean it up again late arvo. Check the latest surf forecast to see how the rest of the week is looking.