Weekend Surf Forecast 24th – 27th January, 2020
There’s no shortage of powerful SW groundswell on tap across the state over the coming days; spawned by a deep, slow moving extratropical low that’s forecast to retrograde below the Great Australian Bight over the next 24 to 48 hours. The storm presents impressive potential for several days of large, long-interval SW groundswell; inbound from 220 degrees from Sunday to through to Tuesday.
SW swell holding strong. South Coast: continued 4 to 6ft+ around Waits and Parsons, wrapping in 2 to 4ft range from Middleton to Goolwa. Mid Coast: Around 2ft. WIND: WNW, Westerly 10 to 20 knots, tending WSW in the afternoon.
Easing SW swell mix. South Coast: easing 3 to 5ft around Waits and Parsons, grading 2 to 3ft+ from Middleton to Goolwa. Mid Coast: 1ft+. WIND: WNW 5 to 15 knots, tending SW to SSW 10 to 15 knots in the afternoon.
Fading SW swell reinforced by new SW groundswell. South Coast: 3 to 4ft early at Waits and Parsons, grading 1 to 3ft from Middleton to Goolwa, bumping up in the afternoon. Mid Coast: Around 1ft. WIND: Early light and variable, tending SSW 10 to 15 knots in the afternoon.
Renewed SW groundswell reinforcement. South Coast: 4 to 6ft+ sets holding up at Waits and Parsons. Wrapping up to 3 to 4ft along Middleton to Goolwa. Mid Coast: 1 to 2ft range WIND: Early light NNE, tending SW to SSW 10 to 15 knots.