Palm Beach - Currumbin Alley Surf Cam & Surf Report
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@ 8 sec
21 min ago
L 6:03 PM (0.5m)
H 1:17 AM (1.4m)
L 8:00 AM (0.6m)
H 1:40 PM (1.0m)
Today's Regional Outlook
Region: Gold Coast
Your regional outlook is an expert analysis of today’s surf conditions. This covers a stretch of coastline which includes a number of surf spots and beaches. Created by a passionate group of surfers/weather geeks known as the Coastalwatch forecast team. Their focus, is providing you with the best tools to score great waves all year round, because let’s be honest - they don’t mind a few waves themselves.
by Ben Macartney
Today's rating - Good
Fading Easterly tradewind swell gradually settles under early light winds, still ranging from 2 to 3ft across the more exposed areas, but probably pretty inconsistent in the upper range and wrapping at 1 to 2ft+ elsewhere with size depending on exposure. Early light WNW to NW winds see great surface conditions, until they turn North, NNE 5 to 15 knots in the afternoon. A weak South to SE change arrives late this arvo or in the evening.
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Wind: NW 0-10 kts
Best at: Exposed areas
Conditions: Clean & deteriorating later
Wind: NNE 0-10 kts
Best at: Exposed areas
Tomorrow's Surf Forecast
UV Index : 5 (Moderate)
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