Bali, Indonesia Surf Forecast 28 August - 5 September, 2019

27 Aug 2019 0 Share

Ben Macartney

Chief Surf Forecaster

Forecast Issued Tuesday, August 27, 2019

The month of August just keeps on giving across Indonesia. This week features consecutive days of clean, pumping SSW groundswell; ranging anywhere from 3 to 6ft across exposed breaks depending on time and tide, as moderate ESE tradewinds remaining in place for the foreseeable future. On top of that, it’s now clear the good times will keep coming into the opening days of September. Already, we’re starting to see another significant source of SSW groundswell taking shape over the south-eastern Indian Ocean, lending high confidence to another winter-scale episode for the region.

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