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Southern California Surf 4cast Updated 1-27-2023

                          The Surf Forecast will be updated most Mondays, Wednesdays, Fridays and Sundays. 

FRIDAY Surf Forecast 

The surf will dip down further but leave us with respectable chest to shoulder high sets in the AM, but things will slow down as the day wears on.

2023-01-27 Fri 01:36 AM 4.79′ High
2023-01-27 Fri 06:54 AM Sunrise
2023-01-27 Fri 08:06 AM 1.50′ Low
2023-01-27 Fri 10:44 AM Moonrise
2023-01-27 Fri 01:41 PM 3.36′ High
2023-01-27 Fri 05:19 PM Sunset
2023-01-27 Fri 07:33 PM 1.25′ Low

The conditions look great with offshore winds all morning and mild breezes out of the West in the afternoon. The air temp dips to 66  degrees.

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SATURDAY Surf Forecast 

The surf should hover in the chest to shoulder high + zone from a 290 degree angle with 15-16 second intervals.

2023-01-28 Sat 12:08 AM Moonset
2023-01-28 Sat 02:31 AM 4.86′ High
2023-01-28 Sat 06:53 AM Sunrise
2023-01-28 Sat 07:20 AM First Quarter
2023-01-28 Sat 09:50 AM 1.21′ Low
2023-01-28 Sat 11:13 AM Moonrise
2023-01-28 Sat 03:41 PM 2.77′ High
2023-01-28 Sat 05:20 PM Sunset
2023-01-28 Sat 08:23 PM 1.92′ Low

The conditions are looking great for the morning surf with offshore winds until noon – see below. The air temp tops out at 61 degrees.

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SUNDAY Surf Forecast 

The surf will remain decent with chest to shoulder high + sets for the top West facing breaks. The angle will remain at 290 degrees with 14-15 second intervals.

2023-01-29 Sun 01:11 AM Moonset
2023-01-29 Sun 03:31 AM 4.93′ High
2023-01-29 Sun 06:52 AM Sunrise
2023-01-29 Sun 11:22 AM 0.70′ Low
2023-01-29 Sun 11:45 AM Moonrise
2023-01-29 Sun 05:21 PM Sunset
2023-01-29 Sun 06:03 PM 2.79′ High
2023-01-29 Sun 09:34 PM 2.43′ Low

The conditions look quite iffy – see below. The air temp plummets to 56 degrees and there’s a 24% chance of rain.

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MONDAY Surf Forecast 

The surf will drop off into the chest high range.

2023-01-30 Mon 02:12 AM Moonset
2023-01-30 Mon 04:32 AM 5.03′ High
2023-01-30 Mon 06:52 AM Sunrise
2023-01-30 Mon 12:21 PM Moonrise
2023-01-30 Mon 12:28 PM 0.18′ Low
2023-01-30 Mon 05:22 PM Sunset
2023-01-30 Mon 07:28 PM 3.10′ High
2023-01-30 Mon 10:58 PM 2.67′ Low

The conditions should be great… kind of a weird wind pattern but predominately offshore all day- see below. The air temp remains stuck at the 56 degree mark and there’s a 39% chance of rain.

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TUESDAY Surf Forecast 

The surf will come up a hair from what looks to be a fairly inconsistent swell from 300+ degrees with 15-16 second intervals

2023-01-27 Fri 01:36 AM 4.79′ High
2023-01-27 Fri 06:54 AM Sunrise
2023-01-27 Fri 08:06 AM 1.50′ Low
2023-01-27 Fri 10:44 AM Moonrise
2023-01-27 Fri 01:41 PM 3.36′ High
2023-01-27 Fri 05:19 PM Sunset
2023-01-27 Fri 07:33 PM 1.25′ Low

The conditions will have a Northerly direction in many spots so it’s kind of a toss up how the ocean surface will react. The air temp bumps up to 60  degrees.

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Water temps 

I will update the 4cast on Sunday afternoon! 

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WEDNESDAY Surf Forecast 

The surf will jump back up into the Head High to WOH zone and continue to deliver meaty sets throughout the day. The swell will roll in from a Westerly 285-290 degrees with impressive 17-18 second intervals. There’s also a nice little tide push through the early morning and the high tide at 11:26AM shouldn’t slow things down too much and hopefully conjure up a little extra shape at the West facing beach breaks.

2023-01-25 Wed 12:02 AM 4.56′ High
2023-01-25 Wed 05:28 AM 1.52′ Low
2023-01-25 Wed 06:55 AM Sunrise
2023-01-25 Wed 09:47 AM Moonrise
2023-01-25 Wed 11:26 AM 5.24′ High
2023-01-25 Wed 05:17 PM Sunset
2023-01-25 Wed 06:11 PM -0.27′ Low
2023-01-25 Wed 10:00 PM Moonset

The conditions should be okay with weak morning winds but at a more Northerly direction – this could change so stay tuned – see below. The air temp tops out at an, (as of late), uncharacteristic, toasty 66  degrees.

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