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Northwest Cape to Carnarvon Marine Weather Overview

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Tides

Tides for Denham

Tides for Carnarvon

forecast winds

Friday: S 15/20 kts
Saturday: S 25 kts
Sunday: S/SE 15/20 kts

forecast

Southeasterly 10/15 knots tending southerly 15/20 knots in the middle of the day. Seas: 1/1.5 metres, decreasing to 1 metre during the morning, then increasing to 1/1.5 metres by early evening. Swell: Southwesterly 2/2.5 metres. Outlook Saturday: Southerly 15/20 knots, reaching up to 25 knots inshore early in the morning. Seas: 1/2 metres. Swell: Southwesterly 2/2.5 metres. Outlook Sunday: South to southeasterly 15/20 knots. Seas: 1/2 metres. Swell: Southwesterly 2.5/3 metres, increasing to 3/4 metres during the morning.

Issued Fri 04:00 WST

Seas: Up to 1.5m
Swell: Up to 2.5m, SW

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