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For Saturday morning we’ll be reliant on the SW energy through the AM with inconsistent waist to chest high sets for the best South facing beaches.

2018-02-10 Sat 02:54 AM Moonrise
2018-02-10 Sat 05:45 AM 4.88 feet High Tide
2018-02-10 Sat 06:43 AM Sunrise
2018-02-10 Sat 01:08 PM 0.09 feet Low Tide
2018-02-10 Sat 01:24 PM Moonset
2018-02-10 Sat 05:33 PM Sunset
2018-02-10 Sat 07:47 PM 3.39 feet High Tide

The conditions look decent for spots that like a Southerly wind. We’re slated to see SE/SSE breezes in the 2-5 MPH zone until noon and 6-8 MPH out of the West in the afternoon. The air temp dips to 64 degrees and there’s a 10% chance of rain.

By Sunday morning there will be small, remnant swell out of the NW and SW and it looks like we should see some new Westerly wind swell enter the mix and whip up some chest high + short interval peaks for the exposed beaches. The wind swell is scripted to move in from a steep, 305-310 degrees with 8-10 second intervals.

2018-02-11 Sun 12:16 AM 2.33 feet Low Tide
2018-02-11 Sun 03:44 AM Moonrise
2018-02-11 Sun 06:27 AM 5.11 feet High Tide
2018-02-11 Sun 06:42 AM Sunrise
2018-02-11 Sun 01:42 PM -0.20 feet Low Tide
2018-02-11 Sun 02:10 PM Moonset
2018-02-11 Sun 05:34 PM Sunset
2018-02-11 Sun 08:15 PM 3.58 feet High Tide

The conditions look fair again with all day with variable winds out of the East in the 0-5 MPH zone until noon and 5-9 MPH out of the West in the afternoon. The air temp bumps back up to 71 degrees.

For Monday morning we’ll see a combo of fading NW wind swell from 300-310 degrees and a burst of medium interval, NW, pseudo ground swell from 280 + degrees with 14 second intervals. The end result should be waist to chest high + surf for the better West facing beaches.

2018-02-12 Mon 12:55 AM 2.17 feet Low Tide
2018-02-12 Mon 04:32 AM Moonrise
2018-02-12 Mon 06:41 AM Sunrise
2018-02-12 Mon 07:03 AM 5.33 feet High Tide
2018-02-12 Mon 02:11 PM -0.41 feet Low Tide
2018-02-12 Mon 02:59 PM Moonset
2018-02-12 Mon 05:35 PM Sunset
2018-02-12 Mon 08:39 PM 3.73 feet High Tide

The conditions look good for spots that can handle a South wind with SE/SSE breezes in the 5-8 MPH zone until noon and then 6-9 MPH out of the West in the afternoon. The air temp dips to 66 degrees and there is a 10% chance of rain.

For Tuesday morning we should see continued NW energy add up to waist to chest high surf for the better West facing breaks.

2018-02-13 Tue 01:29 AM 1.97 feet Low Tide
2018-02-13 Tue 05:17 AM Moonrise
2018-02-13 Tue 06:40 AM Sunrise
2018-02-13 Tue 07:36 AM 5.51 feet High Tide
2018-02-13 Tue 02:39 PM -0.55 feet Low Tide
2018-02-13 Tue 03:52 PM Moonset
2018-02-13 Tue 05:36 PM Sunset
2018-02-13 Tue 09:02 PM 3.86 feet High Tide

The conditions look look interesting with SE/SSE breezes all day long. The air temp dips to 63 degrees and there is a 20% chance of rain.

Water Temps are as follows – Malibu 58, Santa Monica 61, Hermosa 59, Huntington 57 and Newport 60 degrees.

I’ll be back on Sunday with a look into next week!

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