THE surf is still pumping along the Sunshine Coast this morning and appears to have jumped in size a little on the sets as surfers braved sub-10 degree temperatures.
It as a chilly eight degrees this morning making the dash across the cold sand to the water the toughest part of the exercise with water temperatures still above 20 degrees.
For those who shook themselves out of bed it was worth the trouble with a soft offshore breeze fanning a swell that topped a solid five feet on the sets.
Everywhere from Wurtulla to Double Island Point will be pumping throughout the day but the waves will begin to drop off in size tomorrow and for the rest of the week.
The ideal winter conditions are tipped to continue through the week and hita balmy maximum of 27 degrees on Thursday against a minimum of 10 degrees before reaching 26 degrees Friday off a low of 13.