Whitsundays Central Coast Waters Surf Forecasts
The surf heights forecasted for Whitsundays Central Coast Waters
The Coastalwatch 'Surf Forecast' refers to breaking wave heights in the surf zone that are forecasted for a region. Coastalwatch provides 14 regional surf forecast daily across Australia.
Because each is regional forecast, consider there may be variations between the wave heights predicted and what you can expect at your local surf due to variables. For example; orientation to the coast, ocean floor bathymetry, local weather and many other local idiosyncrasies may effect the swell and weather patterns causing differing wave heights. Always use this forecast as a guide - for more detail, please read the Swell Analysis.
NOTE: Surfline provides updates to this forecast 5 days/week (Monday through Friday)Short-Term Analysis (through Saturday 27 February)The short of it:Modest upswing in short-period SSE and easterly swells maintains smaller, but still fun conditions on Thursday. Read more
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2 - 4 ft - NW winds @ 7 knots Shower or two. Possible storm. 20.8°C, water 23°C
3 - 4 ft+ - NW winds @ 7 knots Shower or two. Possible storm. 20.8°C, water 23°C
3 - 4 ft - WNW winds @ 3 knots Shower or two. Possible storm. °C, water 23°C
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