Swell Alert: TC Oma Is Heading Our Way

15 Feb 2019 17 Share

Ben Macartney

Chief Surf Forecaster

Issued 15 February, 2019

Well folks, there now appears very little doubt that Category 2 Tropical Cyclone Oma, currently located about 222 nautical miles northwest of Vanuatu, is about to emerge as a major source of swell for the Eastern Seaboard. Indeed, no matter which model or model-run you look at, the system looms as an historical swell-producer; right up there with other tropical cyclone driven events of the last decade.

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