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Sea Surface Temperature

I keep getting asked by my non-surfing friends about the current ocean temperature.
There are a number of places that record sea surface temperature, MHL has this one with a bonus wave height graph for the NSW coast:
mhl.nsw.gov.au/data/latest_wave.gif
It has the sea surface temperature, left, and on the right hand side the wave information (Hsig & Hmax) this time for the whole NSW coast. This is useful if you live in Sydney and are wondering whether to go up or down the coast for a surf.
See this graph in its context here: new.mhl.nsw.gov.au/data/realtime/wave

This data has been collected under the NSW Coastal Data Network Program managed by Office of Environment and Heritage (OEH).

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Surf Forecasts

Global swells explained:
ssurfings.blogspot.com/p/global-swell-animations..
With these graphics you can see where the surf is being generated and how it is moving across the oceans.
Also have a look at
Stormsurf on YouTube

Related sites:

makesurf.net
aka. makesurf.wordpress.com - Artificial surfing reefs, etc..
bruce-white.blogspot.com/ - Bruce's personal blog.

Surf parks?
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