during the Weather Month of May celebration of the Bureau's centenary.
Latest data at 05:10 on Thursday, 5 May 2016 (EST).
|IMPORTANT:- The significant wave height is the average height of the highest one third of the waves. The likely maximum wave height can be up to twice the significant wave height.|
|Document created: 20160505052002|
|Hs||Height of significant wave (metres). This is the average height of the highest one third of the waves in the record.|
|Hmax||Maximum height of the waves (metres) in the record.|
|Tz||Average time (seconds) between all waves in the record.|
|Tp||The peak energy period (seconds) is the period of the dominant waves in the record.|
This page contains wave observations from a moored Waverider buoy located approximately 10 Km West of Cape Sorell, West Tasmania in 55 fathoms (100 metres). Location: 42.12S, 145.03E.
Queries relating to this service should be directed to the Marine Officer in our Tasmanian Regional Office.