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Huntington Beach Surf Cam and Report

Cardiff or Cardiff-by-the-Sea is a seaside community located in Encinitas, California. A bustling community that has a population of less than 12,000, Cardiff boasts of a small town atmosphere and a thriving surf culture. Every year, thousands of people from all over the world come to Cardiff to enjoy the local culture, its many natural attractions, and the surfing. Like many communities in California, Cardiff offers a spectacular surfing experience that rivals the best that the world has to offer. Like many surfing hot spots around the world, making the most of Cardiff requires familiarity with the surf and weather conditions of the area. This can be quite a challenge for those from out of town, which is why the Cardiff live surf cam is so useful. Part of’s comprehensive range of state-of-the-art surf monitoring equipment, the Cardiff live surf cam monitors the coast 24 hours a day, seven days a week, gathering data that is then analyzed by Swellmagnet’s team of surf specialists. This team extrapolates the data for the purpose of delivering accurate and up-to-the-minute information that is useful for surfers as well as those who wish to know about the exact surf and weather conditions in the area during any given period. The information gathered by the Swellmagnet technical team is presented on the site and is made available to the general public. Those planning on a surfing trip to Cardiff will therefore be able to determine how safe surf and weather conditions are, and how it may affect their plans. The Cardiff live surf cam also helps inform the public of any potential hazards that may be present, such as storms, strong winds, and the like. Prospective surfers are then better able to determine the feasibility of conditions for a specific period, ensuring a safer and more enjoyable surfing trip. The Malibu area boasts several popular surfing spots, including Zuma Beach, Surfrider Beach, Dan Blocker Beach, and County Line. Malibu is considered by many to be the focal point of modern surfing, with a legendary break and an active community of board shapers and riders.  The main surfing location, running from the Malibu Lagoon to the pier and divided into three major areas or “points”, receives the best breaks during the late summer and early fall, and can get surf in the morning or afternoon, depending on prevailing wind conditions and ocean swells.  First Point boasts long waves that break evenly and is favored by longboarders.  Second and Third Points have more unpredictable wave conditions, but waves at these breaks tend to run higher than at First Point. These two breaks are dominated by shortboarders. To save a trip in the car, surfers throughout California rely on the live Malibu surf cam provided by Swell Magnet, the leader in real-time, high-definition surf condition cameras. Our streaming Malibu surf cam overlooks the break, giving water enthusiasts a look at current conditions and wave heights. Our team of experienced surfers also prepares our exclusive Malibu surf report, which features information on current water temperature and weather conditions. Our cams and surf reports can be accessed from anywhere in the world on any Internet-connected device, giving you up-to-the-minute details on conditions at many of the most popular surf breaks in California and beyond.