This morning there was no wind at all between 6 and 7am. The Bureau recorded Zero knots up at North Head which must be a bit of a rarity. With no winds it's glassy but it leaves the bumps in tact from the previous days onshore. What we really need is a light offshore to iron out all those little lumps and bumps and we might be lucky enough to get one sometime during the day. The winds going to be light and variable most of the day. There's a mix of South groundswell and short period NE windswell out there this morning. We're seeing mostly the latter but we may start to feel the effects of the groundswell as the tide drops. It's going to be a warm day with a top of 30 and an even warmer one tomorrow. Good beach weather and maybe even a couple of waves around to boot.
Have a good day and a great weekend. ∆ Murray