South West Rocks Surf Cam & Surf Report
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H 7:17 AM (1.4m)
L 1:45 PM (0.5m)
Surf Report Mid Coast NSWby Peter Hudson
13/03/2014 6:48 AM | Report
Looks like a good morning of surf on most of our beaches. The wind early is from the NW with the protected northern corners and open beaches offering the better conditions. Swell is ENE and the waves will pick up as we head towards the lower tide. Best waves early to mid morning with the lighter wind and higher tide. Main breaks have average waves most of the day. For surf lessons and board hire contact Port Macquarie Surf School on 6584 7733....… Upgrade to Coastalwatch PLUS and never miss a session with advanced surf forecasts - just 99c the first 8 weeks.
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Tomorrow's Surf Forecast
A high pressure ridge lies across the Tasman Sea. Early on Sunday a cold front
is expected to bring southerly change to New South Wales south coast extending
to the north coast coast Monday morning.
Winds: East to northeasterly about 10 knots.
Seas: Below 1 metre.
Swell: Easterly 1.5 metres. Weather: The chance of thunderstorms south of Port Macquarie from early this afternoon, extending throughout during this evening.
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