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For Saturday morning we’ll see that NW swell on the fade but we’re anticipating some chest high leftovers. The NW energy will dip to 12 second intervals from 295-300 degrees.

The SW will continue to dish up inconsistent waist high sets but nothing you can really take to the bank!

The tide starts off pretty low at 06:48 AM (0.43 feet Low Tide), and very slowly creeps up into the afternoon.

2017-04-15 Sat 06:22 AM Sunrise
2017-04-15 Sat 06:48 AM 0.43 feet Low Tide
2017-04-15 Sat 09:24 AM Moonset
2017-04-15 Sat 01:12 PM 3.14 feet High Tide
2017-04-15 Sat 05:42 PM 2.21 feet Low Tide
2017-04-15 Sat 07:25 PM Sunset
2017-04-15 Sat 11:33 PM Moonrise

The conditions look fair with variable winds out of the East in the 1-4 MPH range until 11AM, (stronger below passes and canyons), and 6-9 MPH out of the West in the afternoon. The air temp tops out at 66 degrees.

For EASTER Sunday morning we’ll wallow in the waist high + range up and down the coast. We’re looking at a combo of 10-12 second NW wind swell from a 300-305 degrees and a sporadic, building SW swell from a 200 degree angle, (the SW energy will fill later in the day and be fairly inconsistent).

2017-04-16 Sun 12:07 AM 4.59 feet High Tide
2017-04-16 Sun 06:21 AM Sunrise
2017-04-16 Sun 07:41 AM 0.65 feet Low Tide
2017-04-16 Sun 10:07 AM Moonset
2017-04-16 Sun 02:30 PM 2.90 feet High Tide
2017-04-16 Sun 06:08 PM 2.55 feet Low Tide
2017-04-16 Sun 07:26 PM Sunset

The conditions look fair with variable winds out in the 3-5 MPH range until noon and 8-10 MPH out of the West in the afternoon. The air temp tops out at 63 degrees.

For Monday morning we’ll see more waist high leftovers out of the NW and inconsistent waist high sets out of the SW. More promising will be some fresh SW energy start to show up late in the day with 15-17 second intervals from a 200 degree angle. This energy will be in play for Tuesday morning.

2017-04-17 Mon 12:23 AM Moonrise
2017-04-17 Mon 12:46 AM 4.31 feet High Tide
2017-04-17 Mon 06:20 AM Sunrise
2017-04-17 Mon 08:52 AM 0.81 feet Low Tide
2017-04-17 Mon 10:54 AM Moonset
2017-04-17 Mon 04:44 PM 2.92 feet High Tide
2017-04-17 Mon 06:52 PM 2.87 feet Low Tide
2017-04-17 Mon 07:27 PM Sunset

The conditions look tolerable with variable breezes out of the West in the 1-5 MPH range until 11AM and 7-15 MPH winds out of the West in the afternoon. The air temp tops out at 64 degrees.

For Tuesday morning that Southern Hemi swell will peak with waist to chest high sets with 16 second intervals from a fairly liberal 200 degrees.

2017-04-18 Tue 01:10 AM Moonrise
2017-04-18 Tue 01:47 AM 4.02 feet High Tide
2017-04-18 Tue 06:18 AM Sunrise
2017-04-18 Tue 10:13 AM 0.81 feet Low Tide
2017-04-18 Tue 11:45 AM Moonset
2017-04-18 Tue 06:15 PM 3.19 feet High Tide
2017-04-18 Tue 07:27 PM Sunset
2017-04-18 Tue 09:33 PM 3.02 feet Low Tide

The conditions look okay with light onshore breezes out of the West in the 2-4 MPH range until 11AM and 7-11 MPH winds out of the West in the afternoon. The air temp tops out at 65 degrees.

Water Temps: are as follows – Malibu 56, Santa Monica 59, Hermosa 62, Huntington 57 and Newport 57 degrees. Click the tides tab on the widget below for updated water temps or if you’re on a mobile device just scroll down!

I will be back on Sunday with a look into next week!

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