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Big waves are breaking in Cronulla this morning, brought on by northerly winds which are expected to strengthen today. The Australian Bureau of Meteorology has released a high seas forecast for the southeastern area for the next 24 hours, while the NSW Bureau of Meteorology says coastal waters from Sydney to Port Hacking could see high winds and powerful southerly swells in the coming days. The Sydney coastal waters forecast released at 10:20 am today indicated northerly winds are expected to strengthen along the southern half of the coast today ahead of a cold front that crosses coastal waters tomorrow. It will bring a gusty change from west to southwest before the winds turn southerly during the latter part of the week. Strong gales and strong southerly swells will be possible later in the week, as a vigorous southerly draft develops along the coast in association with a deepening low pressure system near from New Zealand.

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Big waves are breaking in Cronulla this morning, brought on by northerly winds which are expected to strengthen today.

The Australian Bureau of Meteorology has released a high seas forecast for the southeastern area for the next 24 hours, while the NSW Bureau of Meteorology says coastal waters from Sydney to Port Hacking could see high winds and powerful southerly swells in the coming days.

The Sydney coastal waters forecast released at 10:20 am today indicated northerly winds are expected to strengthen along the southern half of the coast today ahead of a cold front that crosses coastal waters tomorrow.

It will bring a gusty change from west to southwest before the winds turn southerly during the latter part of the week.

Strong gales and strong southerly swells will be possible later in the week, as a vigorous southerly draft develops along the coast in association with a deepening low pressure system near from New Zealand.

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