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Gisborne Surf Report
Wednesday, May 27, 2015

Wainui / Coast Beaches


6:53am: The swell has started to peak and we have massive semi-clean conditions with 7-8ft of SSW swell (14 secs) and a light westerly breeze. The swell is going to hold through the day as the next southerly change hits, but you will need to find a more sheltered spot if you want to get wet.


Long range forecast: The swell will start to ease tonight and then continue to back off until Monday next week (dropping to 2ft sets by Sunday). The southerly will ease away tomorrow morning and we are then in for 5 days of offshores (morning land breezes followed by calm conditions through each day). Plenty of decent conditions on the way, with a nice ENE swell forecast to build as soon as the south swell disappears next Monday afternoon.


Town/Pipe

Solid conditions in town again with 6-8ft of swell and it’s reasonably clean with a light offshore early. Southerlies are forecast for later this morning.


Hawkes Bay/ Waimarama

Solid semi-clean conditions for south exposed breaks with 6ft+ of swell. The wind will pick up again from the SSW through the day.

  • conditions today
  • Swell: 5-7ft S 14 second period
  • Surface: clean early, S later
  • Stoke rating: 4
  • Wind: SW 14kts
  • Tomorrow: W 5kts

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Tides
Low:
7:55am
High:
1:49am
Low:
8:24pm
High:
2:07pm

Outlook
Forecast based on Marineweather.co.nz data, Human adjusted every morning.
  • Wave Size (Ft)
Swell Dir
Period
Wind

Today
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S
14
SW

Fri 29
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S
11
W

Sat 30
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S
12
NW

Sun 31
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SW
5
NW

Mon 01
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NE
6
SE

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