Finally some sweet relief from the still, humid air and tiny waves that have plagued us for most of 2018 so far.
The Southerly busted through on Saturday afternoon and it has hardly let up since. There's a solid South swell being whipped up as the pressure gradients get squeezed in the Southern Tasman, by tomorrow we might have some double-overheader's pushing into the South facing beaches.
This morning it's one to four feet, depending on what end of the beach you're at. There's a heap of straight ones but every now and then an overhead left or right tapers perfectly towards the beach.
Welcome back to waves!