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Today’s Slideshow is courtesy of swellmagnet – The South Bay – November – 20 2014
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HURRICANE WATCH November 21, 2014 – Nothing brewing out there right now!

For Saturday morning there will still be some meat left on the bone as that NW energy continues to dish up fun surf in the chest high plus zone for the best West facing breaks. The swell will be strongest in the AM and continue to fade through the day.

* High morning tides remain a factor.

2014-11-22 Sat 01:59 AM 1.80 feet Low Tide
2014-11-22 Sat 04:32 AM New Moon
2014-11-22 Sat 06:33 AM Sunrise
2014-11-22 Sat 06:35 AM Moonrise
2014-11-22 Sat 08:16 AM 6.36 feet High Tide
2014-11-22 Sat 03:21 PM -0.64 feet Low Tide
2014-11-22 Sat 04:46 PM Sunset
2014-11-22 Sat 05:20 PM Moonset
2014-11-22 Sat 09:42 PM 4.11 feet High Tide

The conditions look okay with variable winds in the 2-5 MPH zone until 11AM and those get up to 7-9 MPH in the afternoon. The air temp tops out at 66 degrees.

For Sunday morning it looks like we should see another pulse of NW energy move in and put the better West facing beaches back into chest high zone for the AM and increase into the head high zone by sundown.

This new swell will move in from a steeper 300-310 degree angle with 14-16 second intervals and be a bit more choosey about which beaches it visits, (only the most exposed West facing breaks).

* High morning tides remain a factor.

2014-11-23 Sun 02:34 AM 1.93 feet Low Tide
2014-11-23 Sun 06:34 AM Sunrise
2014-11-23 Sun 07:35 AM Moonrise
2014-11-23 Sun 08:51 AM 6.43 feet High Tide
2014-11-23 Sun 04:01 PM -0.74 feet Low Tide
2014-11-23 Sun 04:46 PM Sunset
2014-11-23 Sun 06:13 PM Moonset
2014-11-23 Sun 10:27 PM 4.04 feet High Tide

The conditions should be good as another Santa Ana episode settles in for a few days. We should see winds out of the NE/NNE at 8-10 MPH early, (stronger below passes and canyons), and those pick up to 8-10 MPH out of the West later in the day. The air temp vaults into the low 70′s.

For Monday morning the energy will taper of slightly leaving us with chest high sets at the top breaks. The angle remains a discriminating 305-310 degrees.

Tides are extremely high at 9:29AM.

2014-11-24 Mon 03:13 AM 2.10 feet Low Tide
2014-11-24 Mon 06:35 AM Sunrise
2014-11-24 Mon 08:33 AM Moonrise
2014-11-24 Mon 09:29 AM 6.34 feet High Tide
2014-11-24 Mon 04:46 PM -0.71 feet Low Tide
2014-11-24 Mon 04:46 PM Sunset
2014-11-24 Mon 07:11 PM Moonset
2014-11-24 Mon 11:18 PM 3.98 feet High Tide

The conditions look excellent with offshore winds out of the NE/NNE in the 5-10 MPH zone all day long (stronger below passes and canyons). The air temp climbs to 74 degrees.

For Tuesday morning we’ll another small burst of NW energy. This will move down the line at a steep 300 degree angle with 12-14 second intervals. Top West facing breaks should go chest high plus on the sets.

There’s a subtle tide push for the dawn patrol.

2014-11-25 Tue 03:57 AM 2.30 feet Low Tide
2014-11-25 Tue 06:35 AM Sunrise
2014-11-25 Tue 09:27 AM Moonrise
2014-11-25 Tue 10:13 AM 6.10 feet High Tide
2014-11-25 Tue 04:45 PM Sunset
2014-11-25 Tue 05:34 PM -0.54 feet Low Tide
2014-11-25 Tue 08:13 PM Moonset

The conditions look incredible as the Santa Ana winds really kick up their heels and blow to the tune of 5-15 MPH at most spots and much stronger gusts below the passes and canyons. The air temp leaps up to 78 degrees.

The current water temps Newport 65 degrees, Huntington 65 degrees, the South Bay showed as 65 degrees, Santa Monica 65 degrees and Malibu 65 degrees.

I’ll be back on Sunday with the next update!

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