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For Wednesday morning we’ll see some fresh NW energy roll into town from a steep 305-310 degrees and 13-15 second intervals. The top West facing breaks will see waist to chest high + sets. The tide is a bit fat at 9:31AM hitting the 5.62 foot mark.

2017-12-20 Wed 03:19 AM 2.41 feet Low Tide
2017-12-20 Wed 06:55 AM Sunrise
2017-12-20 Wed 08:38 AM Moonrise
2017-12-20 Wed 09:31 AM 5.62 feet High Tide
2017-12-20 Wed 04:48 PM Sunset
2017-12-20 Wed 04:52 PM -0.25 feet Low Tide
2017-12-20 Wed 07:10 PM Moonset
2017-12-20 Wed 11:31 PM 3.66 feet High Tide

The conditions look good early with light Easterly winds in the 1-3 MPH until noon and 5-8 MPH breezes out of the West until dark. The air temp dips to 60 degrees.

Thursday morning is shaping up to be interesting with a burst of Santa Ana winds. That NW energy will peak with waist to possibly shoulder high sets from 305-310 degrees and 12-14 second intervals.

We’ll also see some steep NW wind swell enter the mix with 8 second intervals from 310 degrees.

2017-12-21 Thu 03:54 AM 2.55 feet Low Tide
2017-12-21 Thu 06:55 AM Sunrise
2017-12-21 Thu 09:20 AM Moonrise
2017-12-21 Thu 10:03 AM 5.36 feet High Tide
2017-12-21 Thu 04:48 PM Sunset
2017-12-21 Thu 05:28 PM -0.05 feet Low Tide
2017-12-21 Thu 08:03 PM Moonset

The conditions look great with NE/NNE winds in the 4-12 MPH zone all day long, (with the stronger breezes below passes and canyons). The air temp bumps up to 65 degrees.

Friday morning we’ll see the top West facing beaches fade into the waist to chest zone through the morning hours as the NW energy dips to 10-12 second intervals. Some remnant wind swell will stick around for the AM and dissipate in the afternoon.

2017-12-22 Fri 12:16 AM 3.64 feet High Tide
2017-12-22 Fri 04:35 AM 2.71 feet Low Tide
2017-12-22 Fri 06:56 AM Sunrise
2017-12-22 Fri 09:59 AM Moonrise
2017-12-22 Fri 10:37 AM 5.02 feet High Tide
2017-12-22 Fri 04:49 PM Sunset
2017-12-22 Fri 06:06 PM 0.19 feet Low Tide
2017-12-22 Fri 08:57 PM Moonset

The conditions look good with offshore winds in the 1-5 MPH zone until noon, (stronger breezes below passes and canyons), and light 3-7 MPH breezes out of the West in the afternoon. The air temp drops off to 62 degrees.

For Saturday morning we’ll fade into the knee to waist high zone.

2017-12-23 Sat 01:05 AM 3.68 feet High Tide
2017-12-23 Sat 05:28 AM 2.85 feet Low Tide
2017-12-23 Sat 06:56 AM Sunrise
2017-12-23 Sat 10:35 AM Moonrise
2017-12-23 Sat 11:17 AM 4.60 feet High Tide
2017-12-23 Sat 04:50 PM Sunset
2017-12-23 Sat 06:49 PM 0.46 feet Low Tide
2017-12-23 Sat 09:53 PM Moonset

The conditions look good with light and variable winds in the 1-4 MPH zone all day long. The air temp tops out at 63 degrees.

Sunday morning we’ll see no major changes with continued lackluster surf in the knee to waist high zone.

2017-12-24 Sun 01:59 AM 3.80 feet High Tide
2017-12-24 Sun 06:45 AM 2.91 feet Low Tide
2017-12-24 Sun 06:57 AM Sunrise
2017-12-24 Sun 11:10 AM Moonrise
2017-12-24 Sun 12:10 PM 4.12 feet High Tide
2017-12-24 Sun 04:50 PM Sunset
2017-12-24 Sun 07:36 PM 0.74 feet Low Tide
2017-12-24 Sun 10:50 PM Moonset

The conditions look good with N/NNE winds in the 6-10 MPH zone all day, (stronger breezes below passes and canyons). The air temp tops out at 69 degrees.

Water Temps are as follows – Malibu 61, Santa Monica 61, Hermosa 62, Huntington 58 and Newport 62 degrees.

I’ll be back on Thursday with the next update!

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