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For Monday morning we’ll be seeing the NW energy slow down more with 10-11 second second intervals from a 300 degree angle. The better West facing breaks should see waist to chest high waves in the morning and a continued fade into the afternoon.

The SW energy will peak and dole out chest high plus sets for any spot that has a peek at the SW and shoulder high plus waves at the top spots in the OC and San O’ areas. Intervals will be at 15-17 seconds from a fairly liberal angle of 200 + degrees.

2017-04-10 Mon 03:43 AM 0.22 feet Low Tide
2017-04-10 Mon 06:24 AM Moonset
2017-04-10 Mon 06:28 AM Sunrise
2017-04-10 Mon 09:45 AM 4.72 feet High Tide
2017-04-10 Mon 03:43 PM 0.43 feet Low Tide
2017-04-10 Mon 07:05 PM Moonrise
2017-04-10 Mon 07:21 PM Sunset
2017-04-10 Mon 09:56 PM 5.23 feet High Tide
2017-04-10 Mon 11:09 PM Full Moon

The conditions look okay with variable breezes, out of the East, in the 1-4 MPH range until noon, (for some reason stronger below passes and canyons), and 8-11 MPH winds out of the West in the afternoon. The air temp tops out at 67 degrees.

For Tuesday morning we’ll see a combo of NW swell from a 290-295 degree angle with 11-13 second intervals and some Southern hemi energy with 14-16 second intervals from a 195-200 degree angle. Both the West and SW facing beaches should dish up chest high sets with an occasional larger wave rolling through at the top spots.

2017-04-11 Tue 04:17 AM 0.08 feet Low Tide
2017-04-11 Tue 06:27 AM Sunrise
2017-04-11 Tue 06:57 AM Moonset
2017-04-11 Tue 10:21 AM 4.47 feet High Tide
2017-04-11 Tue 04:08 PM 0.77 feet Low Tide
2017-04-11 Tue 07:22 PM Sunset
2017-04-11 Tue 08:00 PM Moonrise
2017-04-11 Tue 10:20 PM 5.23 feet High Tide

The conditions look fair with variable winds out of the East in the 2-5 MPH range until noon and 8-11 MPH out of the West in the afternoon. The air temp tops out at 66 degrees.

For Wednesday morning everything backs down a bit and leaves us in the waist high plus range pretty much everywhere.

2017-04-12 Wed 04:51 AM 0.04 feet Low Tide
2017-04-12 Wed 06:26 AM Sunrise
2017-04-12 Wed 07:31 AM Moonset
2017-04-12 Wed 10:57 AM 4.17 feet High Tide
2017-04-12 Wed 04:32 PM 1.12 feet Low Tide
2017-04-12 Wed 07:23 PM Sunset
2017-04-12 Wed 08:55 PM Moonrise
2017-04-12 Wed 10:44 PM 5.17 feet High Tide

The conditions look like they may be tolerable early based on todays wind model projections. We’re looking at variable 1-5 MPH winds until 10AM and 6-15 MPH in the afternoon. The air temp tops out at 64 degrees.

For Thursday morning we’ll see some fresh NW energy start to pick up steam and should deliver waist to chest high sets and build further in the late afternoon. We should also see sporadic pulses out of the SW in the waist high range.

2017-04-13 Thu 05:26 AM 0.09 feet Low Tide
2017-04-13 Thu 06:25 AM Sunrise
2017-04-13 Thu 08:06 AM Moonset
2017-04-13 Thu 11:36 AM 3.83 feet High Tide
2017-04-13 Thu 04:55 PM 1.49 feet Low Tide
2017-04-13 Thu 07:24 PM Sunset
2017-04-13 Thu 09:49 PM Moonrise
2017-04-13 Thu 11:09 PM 5.04 feet High Tide

The conditions are leaning toward poor with onshore winds out of the West in the 6-9 MPH range until 10AM and up to 20 MPH out of the West in the afternoon. There’s a 20% chance of rain and the air temp tops out at 63 degrees.

Water Temps: are as follows – Malibu 59, Santa Monica 61, Hermosa 61, Huntington 59 and Newport 58 degrees. Click the tides tab on the widget below for updated water temps or if you’re on a mobile device just scroll down!

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