SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA SURF FORECAST UPDATED on 2-4-18
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For Monday morning we’re scripted to see some fresh swell energy build in through the day from a Westerly angle of 280-290 degrees with 16 second intervals.
Nothing real exciting but waist high + sets should be in play late morning for the better West facing breaks with a chance at some larger sets in the afternoon.
2018-02-05 Mon 12:53 AM 4.57 feet High Tide
2018-02-05 Mon 06:47 AM Sunrise
2018-02-05 Mon 06:59 AM 1.53 feet Low Tide
2018-02-05 Mon 10:15 AM Moonset
2018-02-05 Mon 12:40 PM 3.86 feet High Tide
2018-02-05 Mon 05:28 PM Sunset
2018-02-05 Mon 06:56 PM 0.93 feet Low Tide
2018-02-05 Mon 11:14 PM Moonrise
The conditions look pretty good with variable winds in the 2-5 MPH zone all day long. The air temp tops out at 70 degrees.
By Tuesday morning that new swell should peak with shoulder high to head high + sets for the exposed West facing breaks. The angle will continue from 280-290 degrees with 15-16 second intervals.
2018-02-06 Tue 01:47 AM 4.51 feet High Tide
2018-02-06 Tue 06:46 AM Sunrise
2018-02-06 Tue 08:26 AM 1.56 feet Low Tide
2018-02-06 Tue 10:50 AM Moonset
2018-02-06 Tue 02:01 PM 3.15 feet High Tide
2018-02-06 Tue 05:29 PM Sunset
2018-02-06 Tue 07:44 PM 1.56 feet Low Tide
The conditions look great all day with variable winds in the 2-5 MPH zone all day long. The air temp tops out at 70 degrees.
For Wednesday morning we’ll dip into the chest to shoulder high + range in the AM with a continued fade throughout the day. The angle remains 280-290 degrees with 14 second intervals.
2018-02-07 Wed 12:11 AM Moonrise
2018-02-07 Wed 02:48 AM 4.48 feet High Tide
2018-02-07 Wed 06:46 AM Sunrise
2018-02-07 Wed 07:55 AM Last Quarter
2018-02-07 Wed 10:07 AM 1.33 feet Low Tide
2018-02-07 Wed 11:25 AM Moonset
2018-02-07 Wed 04:05 PM 2.79 feet High Tide
2018-02-07 Wed 05:30 PM Sunset
2018-02-07 Wed 08:49 PM 2.07 feet Low Tide
The conditions look excellent again with variable winds in the 1-5 MPH zone all day long. The air temp jumps up to 76 degrees.
For Thursday morning the NW swell will dip down into the waist high + zone with a few bigger sets still in play early. We’ll also see a small but strong unseasonable South swell show up late in the afternoon.
2018-02-08 Thu 01:07 AM Moonrise
2018-02-08 Thu 03:54 AM 4.53 feet High Tide
2018-02-08 Thu 06:45 AM Sunrise
2018-02-08 Thu 11:30 AM 0.91 feet Low Tide
2018-02-08 Thu 12:02 PM Moonset
2018-02-08 Thu 05:31 PM Sunset
2018-02-08 Thu 06:03 PM 2.91 feet High Tide
2018-02-08 Thu 10:12 PM 2.36 feet Low Tide
The conditions look top notch with N/NNE breezes until noon and 5-8 MPH out of the West in the afternoon. The air temp tops out at 77 degrees.
For Friday morning we’ll see a small burst of S/SW swell roll in from a 190-195 degree angle with 15-16 second intervals. The exposed South facing beaches should see waist to chest high sets. West facing breaks will clock in at knee to waist high.
2018-02-09 Fri 02:01 AM Moonrise
2018-02-09 Fri 04:55 AM 4.68 feet High Tide
2018-02-09 Fri 06:44 AM Sunrise
2018-02-09 Fri 12:26 PM 0.46 feet Low Tide
2018-02-09 Fri 12:41 PM Moonset
2018-02-09 Fri 05:32 PM Sunset
2018-02-09 Fri 07:08 PM 3.17 feet High Tide
2018-02-09 Fri 11:24 PM 2.42 feet Low Tide
The conditions look fantastic again with 3-5 MPH N/NNE breezes until noon and 5-8 MPH out of the West in the afternoon. The air temp tops out at 77 degrees.
Water Temps are as follows – Malibu 57, Santa Monica 59, Hermosa 58, Huntington 57 and Newport 59 degrees.
I’ll be back on Tuesday with the latest scoop!
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