Forecast Video: Tasman Low Bringing East Coast Waves

5 Jul 2016 0 Share

Ben Macartney

Chief Surf Forecaster

COASTALWATCH | Forecast Breakdown

Issued 5th July 2016, 5pm
Photo by Kieran Tunbridge 

THE BREAKDOWN

SUMMARY: Deep low pressure system over the Tasman Sea to generate large S/ SSE/ SE swell for the entire East Coast

SWELL ORIGIN: Tasman low forming off the southern NSW coast on Tuesday morning.

PEAK SWELL: Sydney, Newcastle and South Coast: Friday and Saturday. Northern NSW: Friday and Saturday. Southern Queensland: Saturday to Monday.

BEST DAY TO SURF: Sydney, Thursday and Sunday.

SURFABLE AREAS: All exposed breaks holding the swell, southern corners and north facing breaks offering shelter from the prevailing southerly airflow.



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