Today’s Slideshow is courtesy of Brian McStotts – Here’s some great shots from Ventura County during more prosperous times-
SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA SURF FORECAST UPDATED 8-26-13
HURRICANE WATCH 8-25-13
Ivo has weakened to a Tropical Rainstorm over the cooler Pacific waters. This remnant system will also continue to encounter increasing wind shear. Both of these factors will lead to the dissipation of the system within a few days.
Regardless of the strength of the system, moisture associated with it will bring periods of heavy flooding rain, brief gusty winds and possible mudslides to northern portions of the Baja Peninsula into tonight. It will also expand northward into portions of the southwestern United States early this week, bringing flash flooding and mudslides to some parts of the southwestern United States.
Aside from Ivo, we are also watching another area of disturbed weather across the Eastern Pacific Basin. A disorganized area of thunderstorms currently off the coast of southwestern Mexico and Guatemala near the Gulf of Tehuantepec. This system is moving off to the west-northwest around 10 to 15 mph and some development is possible later in the week as it moves into warmer waters and a weaker wind shear environment.
Tuesday morning we’ll be back to square one with near flat surf everywhere. Sorry to always be the bearer of bad news again. I’m still fumbling through the medicine cabinet for that last prozac.
2013-08-27 Tue 03:13 AM 3.22 feet High Tide
2013-08-27 Tue 06:24 AM Sunrise
2013-08-27 Tue 07:51 AM 2.48 feet Low Tide
2013-08-27 Tue 01:06 PM Moonset
2013-08-27 Tue 02:44 PM 4.79 feet High Tide
2013-08-27 Tue 07:25 PM Sunset
2013-08-27 Tue 10:36 PM 1.41 feet Low Tide
2013-08-27 Tue 11:43 PM Moonrise
The conditions won’t change much with variable winds in the 1-3 MPH zone until 10 and 10-12 MPH winds in the afternoon. The air temp will top out at 75 degrees.
Wednesday morning… surprise, surprise – the surf will be near flat with knee to maybe waist high background swell pretty much everywhere.
2013-08-28 Wed 02:35 AM Last Quarter
2013-08-28 Wed 05:31 AM 3.15 feet High Tide
2013-08-28 Wed 06:25 AM Sunrise
2013-08-28 Wed 09:08 AM 2.86 feet Low Tide
2013-08-28 Wed 01:58 PM Moonset
2013-08-28 Wed 04:01 PM 4.69 feet High Tide
2013-08-28 Wed 07:24 PM Sunset
The conditions won’t change much with variable winds in the 1-2 MPH zone until 10 and 10-12 MPH winds in the afternoon. The air temp will top out at 76 degrees.
Thursday morning we’ll see our first ground swell in what seems like months. This is nothing get real excited about but when you’ve starved as long as we have any morsel that Mother Nature throws our way will happily be devoured.
The swell will come in from a 195-200 degree, SW angle with 14-16 second intervals and put the better South facing breaks into the chest high zone on the sets. Not quite the wave bonanza we’ve been hoping for but there should at least be a little something to float your boat.
2013-08-29 Thu 12:00 AM 1.18 feet Low Tide
2013-08-29 Thu 12:28 AM Moonrise
2013-08-29 Thu 06:25 AM Sunrise
2013-08-29 Thu 07:03 AM 3.40 feet High Tide
2013-08-29 Thu 10:56 AM 2.97 feet Low Tide
2013-08-29 Thu 02:48 PM Moonset
2013-08-29 Thu 05:17 PM 4.77 feet High Tide
2013-08-29 Thu 07:23 PM Sunset
The conditions look the same with variable winds in the 1-3 MPH zone until 10AM and 12-14 MPH winds in the afternoon. The air temp will top out at 76 degrees.
The current water temps Newport 60 degrees, Huntington 63 degrees, the South Bay showed as 68 degrees, Santa Monica 66 degrees and Malibu 60 degrees.
I’ll be back on Tuesday with the 5DAY 4CAST!