WET WALK: Wet and windy weather did not deter these two from walking the Jetty in the rain.
WET WALK: Wet and windy weather did not deter these two from walking the Jetty in the rain. Trevor Veale

Marine wind warning issued for the Coffs Coast

A MARINE wind warning has been issued for the Coffs Coast.

The Bureau of Meteorology has forecast northerly winds of 15-25 knots, reaching up to 30 knots this morning and early afternoon.

Winds are then expected to shift south to southeasterly, reaching speeds of 15-20 knots in the evening.

Seas are expected to be 1.5 - 2.5m, decreasing to a metre by evening.

An easterly swell of around a metre has been forecast for today.



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