SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA SURF FORECAST UPDATED on July 29th

Posted on: July 29th, 2018 by admin





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SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA SURF FORECAST UPDATED on 7-29-18
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HURRICANE WATCH

Tropical Depression Gilma continues to struggle a as it pushes its way westward over the open waters of the Eastern Pacific an is expected to lose all tropical characteristics later today.

In addition to Gilma, we are monitoring two other areas for potential development over the next several days. The first is a broad area of low pressure which has been designated as Invest 93E. Invest 93E is located well off the southern coast of Mexico and is moving west-northwestward away from land. The system may gradually develop later this week as it is located in a zone of warm waters and low wind shear.

Meanwhile, the other area we are watching is an area of low pressure that is anticipated to develop later this week off the southern coast of Mexico. Environmental conditions would be conducive for development of this low by the end of this week and the upcoming weekend.

No other tropical development is expected across the central Pacific basin over at least the next five days.

Stay tuned!
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For Monday morning the the song remains the same with knee to waist high waves everywhere.

Monday
2018-07-30 Mon 05:48 AM 0.00 feet Low Tide
2018-07-30 Mon 06:04 AM Sunrise
2018-07-30 Mon 08:33 AM Moonset
2018-07-30 Mon 12:16 PM 4.11 feet High Tide
2018-07-30 Mon 05:17 PM 2.24 feet Low Tide
2018-07-30 Mon 07:56 PM Sunset
2018-07-30 Mon 09:53 PM Moonrise
2018-07-30 Mon 11:18 PM 5.30 feet High Tide

The conditions look okay with variable breezes in the 1-5 MPH range until noon and 8-9 MPH out of the SW in the afternoon. The air temp dips up to 75 degrees.
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By Tuesday morning we’ll see no significant changes with continued knee to waist high surf.

Tuesday
2018-07-31 Tue 06:04 AM Sunrise
2018-07-31 Tue 06:18 AM 0.26 feet Low Tide
2018-07-31 Tue 09:28 AM Moonset
2018-07-31 Tue 12:49 PM 4.17 feet High Tide
2018-07-31 Tue 06:00 PM 2.29 feet Low Tide
2018-07-31 Tue 07:55 PM Sunset
2018-07-31 Tue 10:25 PM Moonrise
2018-07-31 Tue 11:54 PM 4.89 feet High Tide

The conditions look okay with variable 2-3 MPH breezes out of the SW until 10:00AM 6-9 MPH out of the SW in the afternoon. The air temp holds at 75 degrees.
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Wednesday morning, August 1st, we’ll see a minimal, nearly undetectable, bump in size as a tiny SW swell slinks into town from a 190-195 degree angle with 15-16 second intervals. The best South facing beaches will see infrequent action in the knee to waist high range with small, inconsistent sets.

Wednesday
2018-08-01 Wed 06:05 AM Sunrise
2018-08-01 Wed 06:48 AM 0.60 feet Low Tide
2018-08-01 Wed 10:24 AM Moonset
2018-08-01 Wed 01:25 PM 4.26 feet High Tide
2018-08-01 Wed 06:53 PM 2.33 feet Low Tide
2018-08-01 Wed 07:54 PM Sunset
2018-08-01 Wed 10:56 PM Moonrise

The conditions look to be fair early with 2-3 MPH breezes out of the SW until 10:00AM and 6-9 MPH out of the SW in the afternoon. The air temp bumps up 79 degrees.
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For Thursday morning we’ll look only minorly better with a combo of underachieving swells. The 1st will be that weak ass SW energy, it will be on fade without much cushion for fading, and 2ndly, a tiny pulse of steep, NW wind swell from a 310 degree angle and tight 7-8 second intervals. To be honest, stone skipping sounds like it might be a more rewarding activity!

Thursday
2018-08-02 Thu 12:36 AM 4.39 feet High Tide
2018-08-02 Thu 06:06 AM Sunrise
2018-08-02 Thu 07:21 AM 0.98 feet Low Tide
2018-08-02 Thu 11:21 AM Moonset
2018-08-02 Thu 02:06 PM 4.38 feet High Tide
2018-08-02 Thu 07:53 PM Sunset
2018-08-02 Thu 08:02 PM 2.30 feet Low Tide
2018-08-02 Thu 11:28 PM Moonrise

The conditions look fair with variable winds in the 2-3 MPH zone until 10AM and 6-9 MPH in the afternoon. The air temp holds at 79 degrees.
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Water temps (day of 4CAST update), are as follows: Malibu 66, Santa Monica 67 South Bay 70, Huntington 70, Newport 72.
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The next 4CAST will be posted on Tuesday!
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