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For Saturday morning we’ll see some fresh NW ground swell fill in and dish up waist to chest high + surf for the better West facing breaks from a 285-295 degree angle and short 14-16 second intervals.

NW wind swell should remain in the mix with waist high + surf in the background from that steep 310 degree angle and 10-11 second intervals.

2018-02-24 Sat 01:45 AM Moonset
2018-02-24 Sat 03:48 AM 5.02 feet High Tide
2018-02-24 Sat 06:28 AM Sunrise
2018-02-24 Sat 11:30 AM 0.07 feet Low Tide
2018-02-24 Sat 12:24 PM Moonrise
2018-02-24 Sat 05:46 PM Sunset
2018-02-24 Sat 06:14 PM 3.20 feet High Tide
2018-02-24 Sat 10:33 PM 2.26 feet Low Tide

The conditions look to improve with variable winds out of the East in the 2-6 MPH range until noon and 6-9 MPH out of the West in the afternoon. The air temp tops out at 60 degrees.

For Sunday morning that NW energy should hold in the AM and fade throughout the day. Top spots will see waist to possibly chest high surf.

NW ground swell: 290-300 degrees and 14-15 second intervals

NW wind swell: 310 degrees and 7-8 second intervals

2018-02-25 Sun 02:48 AM Moonset
2018-02-25 Sun 04:58 AM 5.42 feet High Tide
2018-02-25 Sun 06:27 AM Sunrise
2018-02-25 Sun 12:26 PM -0.54 feet Low Tide
2018-02-25 Sun 01:21 PM Moonrise
2018-02-25 Sun 05:47 PM Sunset
2018-02-25 Sun 07:03 PM 3.62 feet High Tide
2018-02-25 Sun 11:45 PM 1.99 feet Low Tide

The conditions look pretty good again with variable winds out of the NE/NNE in the 3-8 MPH range until noon, (stronger below passes and canyons), and 8-12 MPH out of the West in the afternoon. The air temp tops out at 65 degrees.

For Monday morning all swell will be on the fade leaving us with waist high + peaks for the better West facing beaches.

2018-02-26 Mon 03:48 AM Moonset
2018-02-26 Mon 05:59 AM 5.84 feet High Tide
2018-02-26 Mon 06:26 AM Sunrise
2018-02-26 Mon 01:12 PM -1.02 feet Low Tide
2018-02-26 Mon 02:24 PM Moonrise
2018-02-26 Mon 05:47 PM Sunset
2018-02-26 Mon 07:43 PM 4.01 feet High Tide

The conditions look good with E/NE/NNE breezes in the 4-7 MPH zone until noon and then 7-11 MPH out of the West in the afternoon. The air temp tops out at 63 degrees.

For Tuesday morning we should get a nice boost of NW wind swell from a steep 310-315 degrees and 12-13 second intervals. The exposed West facing breaks should see chest to shoulder high peaks with possibly some larger waves mixing in.

2018-02-27 Tue 12:42 AM 1.59 feet Low Tide
2018-02-27 Tue 04:43 AM Moonset
2018-02-27 Tue 06:25 AM Sunrise
2018-02-27 Tue 06:52 AM 6.19 feet High Tide
2018-02-27 Tue 01:54 PM -1.31 feet Low Tide
2018-02-27 Tue 03:31 PM Moonrise
2018-02-27 Tue 05:48 PM Sunset
2018-02-27 Tue 08:19 PM 4.36 feet High Tide

The conditions are all over the place See wind models below. The air temp to 59 degrees and there’s a 20% chance of rain.

Water Temps are as follows – Malibu 54, Santa Monica 58, Hermosa 58, Huntington 57 and Newport 59 degrees.

I’ll be back on Sunday with the WEEKEND WARRIOR 4CAST!

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