SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA SURF FORECAST UPDATED on June 10th 2018

Posted on: June 10th, 2018 by admin





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SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA SURF FORECAST UPDATED on 6-10-18
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HURRICANE WATCH

Tropical Storm Aletta will succumb to the forces of cool water and will generate a little something for the steep South facing breaks but quickly exit with a whimper.

Meanwhile, Tropical Storm Bud will continue to strengthen today. Bud is centered about 300 miles south of Manzanillo, Mexico, and Bud may become a hurricane Sunday night or Monday. Bud will continue to track northwestward over the next several days, paralleling the coast of Mexico. Stay tuned… this message brought to you by BUD!
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For Monday morning we’ll see that juicy SW swell continue to dish up shoulder high to OH + sets for the better South facing breaks, (200-205 degree angle and 17 second intervals), and in conjunction, we’ll have waist to chest high short interval NW wind swell with 8-9 second intervals from a steep 310 degree angle.

In addition to that action, the SUPER exposed South facing beaches will see some sideways Hurricane Aletta swell mix in. The angle looks to move in from a discriminating 155-160 degrees but will add some sets to select beaches in the OC and San O’ areas. The Tropics are alive and kicking right now so stay tuned for the latest spin!

Monday
2018-06-11 Mon 02:32 AM -0.18 feet Low Tide
2018-06-11 Mon 04:10 AM Moonrise
2018-06-11 Mon 05:42 AM Sunrise
2018-06-11 Mon 08:42 AM 3.87 feet High Tide
2018-06-11 Mon 01:49 PM 1.41 feet Low Tide
2018-06-11 Mon 05:53 PM Moonset
2018-06-11 Mon 08:05 PM Sunset
2018-06-11 Mon 08:11 PM 6.33 feet High Tide

The conditions look tolerable with variable Southerly winds in the 1-3 MPH zone until 11:00AM and 5-9 MPH in the afternoon. The air temp heats up to 74 degrees.
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For Tuesday morning we’ll see a very slight dip in that dominant SW energy, but there will still be plenty of chest to HH + sets for the better South facing breaks from that same 200-205 degrees and 16-17 second intervals.

The NW wind swell will remain in the mix, but dip down into the waist high + range.

Hurricane Alletta swell remains on the table but already be on the fade and once again will bypass all but the most exposed breaks.

Tuesday
2018-06-12 Tue 03:15 AM -0.79 feet Low Tide
2018-06-12 Tue 04:54 AM Moonrise
2018-06-12 Tue 05:42 AM Sunrise
2018-06-12 Tue 09:32 AM 3.98 feet High Tide
2018-06-12 Tue 02:31 PM 1.53 feet Low Tide
2018-06-12 Tue 07:01 PM Moonset
2018-06-12 Tue 08:05 PM Sunset
2018-06-12 Tue 08:50 PM 6.68 feet High Tide

The conditions look fair, with variable, Southerly winds in the 1-5 MPH zone until noon and 7-10 MPH in the afternoon. The air temp tops out at 73 degrees.
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For Wednesday we’ll see that SW energy continue its slow, methodical decline but continue to generate some punchy chest high + sets, with some larger stragglers rolling in on occasion, (same angle with 15-16 second intervals).

Small NW wind swell will continue to cough up waist high + peaks for the better West facing beaches.

Wednesday
2018-06-13 Wed 03:58 AM -1.24 feet Low Tide
2018-06-13 Wed 05:42 AM Sunrise
2018-06-13 Wed 05:44 AM Moonrise
2018-06-13 Wed 10:23 AM 4.05 feet High Tide
2018-06-13 Wed 12:45 PM New Moon
2018-06-13 Wed 03:14 PM 1.66 feet Low Tide
2018-06-13 Wed 08:06 PM Sunset
2018-06-13 Wed 08:09 PM Moonset
2018-06-13 Wed 09:32 PM 6.87 feet High Tide

The conditions don’t change too much with variable 1-5 MPH breezes until noon and 7-9 MPH out of the SW in the afternoon. The air temp tops out at 72 degrees.
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For Thursday the wind swell will bump up into the waist to possible chest high zone while the SW continues to back down but still sends waist high + sets to the top South facing beaches.

Thursday
2018-06-14 Thu 04:44 AM -1.49 feet Low Tide
2018-06-14 Thu 05:42 AM Sunrise
2018-06-14 Thu 06:41 AM Moonrise
2018-06-14 Thu 11:14 AM 4.07 feet High Tide
2018-06-14 Thu 04:00 PM 1.81 feet Low Tide
2018-06-14 Thu 08:06 PM Sunset
2018-06-14 Thu 09:14 PM Moonset
2018-06-14 Thu 10:16 PM 6.86 feet High Tide

The conditions look fair early with with 1-3 MPH breezes out of the South until 10AM and 5-9 MPH out of the SW in the afternoon. The air temp bumps up to 76 degrees.
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Water temps (day of 4CAST update), are as follows: Malibu 61, Santa Monica 64, South Bay 66, Huntington 63, Newport 66.
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The next 4CAST will be posted on Tuesday!
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