Looks good to go tomorrow, catch ya out there!I went out for an hour at South Palm Beach from 11am-noon today - the bank I surfed at Bend-in-the-Road was completely not working today, despite the swell size and direction being similar and not much wind. Anyway, directly in front of the coffee shop was ok - big rip, fair bit of sand being churned by the set waves, and a current running out through the break (as well as the rip between the banks - just lots of water moving outwards). I hoped it would steadily improve as the tide rose, but it went through phases of better-worse-better-worse as the tide changed. I only got a dozen or so waves, of which maybe half were much good, but it was still well worth paddling out. Looked like the beginners down at Kiddies' Corner were getting a few gentle ones too, even as the tide was nearing full high, so i am hopeful if the swell _does_ pick up overnight that it will be ok there for the early tomorrow.
Photo after my session today (straight out from 2108 Espresso):
Yes big difference to yesterdays modelling a massive ESE fetch .Bit of chopping and changing in the models RE Tasman Low next week. Perhaps a bit of a downgrade in size with High moving in quickly, less ridging. This puts the bulk of the fetch into open ocean (South Pac).
Goldy looks like it will do ok!