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PlayStation2 Friday Arvo Surf Update


PlayStation2 Friday Arvo Surf Update

Sorry we are a tad late today. We are getting close to Christmas now. Hope you have been good and Santa brings you what you want. A few of you would have the odd wave or two this week with just about everywhere having a wave at some stage this week. Some low life nicked DK's car while he was away, leaving his lady and kids rideless. Losers.

A few plugs for a few worthy events. This weekend is the final of the Rip Curl GromSearch at Muriwa. Get along and watch the future stars! Also tomorrow, the North Wai Boardriders are holding a Surf Sports Sale to raise funds for their groms. Should be some bargins! Last but not least, on Sunday night the Lyall Bay Reef Trust are having a film night at 7.30pm at Zebos. They are playing the new Quicksilver flick Circle One. A night no Welly surfer should miss!

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WEATHER SITUATION:

There is a low just moving in to the southern Tasman Sea from Tasmania. There is a beast of a low behind this one that will fester away in the deep Southern Ocean and head this way. There is a large high slowly moving over us providing the sunshine. Thunder storms and lightening in Sydney this morning and pouring down. A sign of things to come maybe.

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REGIONAL REPORT:

North Island

Northland; Auckland; Coromandel; Waikato; B.O.P:

West Coast: Not a lot of wind this afternoon with the lightest zephyr of a seabreeze. Southwest swell 2-3 feet and it is looking like the same tomorrow morning and easing late tomorrow and Sunday. Light winds tending northwest tomorrow and Sunday. HT 1315. Camera Link: http://surf.gravitymail.com/cp/52438C462be1d27d85e28fc44f205592a4bcab/

East Coast: Seabreeze and east to northeast winds this arvo. Amazing isn't it we are likely to have small waves over the weekend similar to what we have today. Northwest winds with a burst of seabreeze northeast tomorrow afternoon. Small waves with seabreezes on Sunday and we mean small. LT 1650. Camera Link: http://surf.gravitymail.com/cp/52439C462be1d27d85e28fc44f205592a4bcab/

Gisborne; Wairarapa:

Easing south swell getting smaller as the weekend goes on. A couple feet tomorrow and Sunday .It is looking like we will be having west to northwest offshores. Seabreezes are starting to appear now here as well as the land temperature build. In the Wairarapa we have a south swell that will ease this afternoon. Small waves tomorrow and pretty well damn flat by Sunday. The wind will get stronger as the weekend goes on from the northwest and swing more to the west on Sunday. HT 1700. Camera Link: http://surf.gravitymail.com/cp/52440C462be1d27d85e28fc44f205592a4bcab/

Taranaki:

Light winds this afternoon with a northerly developing. We have small waves of 1-2 feet with it being a bit bigger down the coast. The little swell will ease over the weekend, northerlies tomorrow tending northwest in the arvo and Sunday. HT 1315. Camera Link: http://surf.gravitymail.com/cp/52441C462be1d27d85e28fc44f205592a4bcab/

Wellington:

West Coast: Guess what. It's northwest and we are going to have northwest all weekend. We have a small foot of swell this arvo and we will see more over the weekend generated by the stronger northwest onshore. HT 1655

South Coast: Northerly this afternoon and northwest winds in the morning continuing through the weekend. Easing south swell of 1-2 feet. We will see new south swell early next week. HT 1700. Camera Link: http://surf.gravitymail.com/cp/52442C462be1d27d85e28fc44f205592a4bcab/

South Island

West Coast:

Small waves this afternoon of 1-2 feet with northeast winds. Northeast tomorrow tending westerly a northwest by Sunday. Now we are expecting the swell to start to build on Sunday from west to southwest. LT 2020. Camera Link: http://surf.gravitymail.com/cp/52443C462be1d27d85e28fc44f205592a4bcab/

Kaikoura; Canterbury:

Kaikoura: South swell continuing to ease this arvo we have 2-3 feet. Waves tomorrow but they will be small. The wind is from the north to northeast. Westerlies Sunday. We will see a new south swell early next week. HT 1755.

Christchurch Beaches: We have a light easterly wind with a heavy fog. There are waves with 1-2 feet of south swell in Town. Obviously more on the otherside. The south swell will ease tomorrow. Camera Link: http://surf.gravitymail.com/cp/52444C462be1d27d85e28fc44f205592a4bcab/

Dunedin; Southland:

The south swell has dropped quickly this afternoon as the tide filled in. Not a lot of wind at all this arvo with a zephyr of a northeasterly. Northwest tomorrow tending westerly and southwest by Sunday. Possibly a small north swell of a foot or so tomorrow but by Sunday morning we should be seeing the start of a new south swell. LT 1855. Camera Link: http://surf.gravitymail.com/cp/52445C462be1d27d85e28fc44f205592a4bcab/

SUB:STATION Spot of the Week:

Breaker Bay: Situated at the entrance to Wellington Harbour this break is not for the feint hearted or the beginner. She's a man-eater. This baby can make you a hero in the carpark or your beloved a widow. Well not quite that bad. The carpark has one of the best views into the pit without getting wet. The swell comes out the south and gets compressed by Barretts Reef and pushed over on the rock shelf that creates the Breaker Bay barrell. A short sharp ride of a matter of seconds but the adrenaline pumps from the first stroke in to the wave until you flick off.

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WHAT'S HOT:

Merry Xmas from Coastlines!

Yo Ho Ho and a bottle of rum. The bros at Coastlines want to give you a Merry Xmas so are giving you some money to spend.

Here is $10 Coastlines bucks that you can use at any Coastlines stockist on any Coastlines product.

Cut it out and take it into your nearest stockiest. http://surf.gravitymail.com/cp/52446C462be1d27d85e28fc44f205592a4bcab/

Step into Liquid a 'Must See' this Summer...

Step into Liquid starts on Boxing Day so I hope you have blocked out a couple of hours somewhere this summer to see this film that many are calling the best ever!

Rialto Cinemas have given us 20 Double Passes to Step Into Liquid to giveaway to FASU Readers. http://surf.gravitymail.com/cp/52447C462be1d27d85e28fc44f205592a4bcab/

Merry Christmas from AJ Hackett Bungy Auckland! The crew at AJ Hackett have put together the sweetest Xmas deal for you this weekend! GET THIS...you can jump from the Auckland Harbour Bridge today, Saturday and Sunday for just $39 and they will even give you a free Bungy Action Photo to pin on the wall!

You can only book at their base building down at 70 Nelson Street so get your butt down there! Click here for more info: http://surf.gravitymail.com/cp/52448C462be1d27d85e28fc44f205592a4bcab/

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DVD OF THE WEEK BROUGHT TO YOU BY www.thesurfshop.co.nz

TheSurfShop.co.nz aims to bring you the biggest range of surfing DVD's and accessories in New Zealand at the best prices. With Christmas just around the corner, now is the time to duckdive into The Surf Shop and buy a Surf DVD online.

DVD of the Week: Shelter. The Moonshine Conspiracy's third and biggest project, "Shelter", carries the spirit of Thicker Than Water and September Sessions, however it has a texture and vision all it's own. Comes with a free soundtrack CD. Ask for Shelter at your local surf shop or buy online now at http://surf.gravitymail.com/cp/52449C462be1d27d85e28fc44f205592a4bcab/.

Don't forget to check out the latest competitions. We have Movie Tickets, Sub:Station gear, World Industries skate decks, Surf Books and Vans and Teva Shoes to giveaway!

Competition Page: http://surf.gravitymail.com/cp/52447C462be1d27d85e28fc44f205592a4bcab/

Enjoy your long weekend and see you tomorrow. Remember to 'Surf B4 U Surf'.

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