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Hurricane Watch Tropical Storm Fernanda is located around 705 miles to the east of Hilo, Hawaii, and continues to track westward across the open waters of the central Pacific. Fernanda will continue to weaken as it closes in on the Hawaiian Islands but it will still pose the risk of higher surf and potential rip currents, especially for the Big Island.

Elsewhere across the East Pacific Basin, Tropical Storm Greg is located southwest of the southern tip of Baja California. Greg is over warm ocean waters, but it will continue to struggle against moderate wind shear, keeping the system from much, if any, strengthening. Greg poses no threat to any landmass.

Meanwhile, a new tropical depression, 9, has formed approximately 480 miles south-southeast of Puerto Angel, Mexico. Tropical Depression 9 will continue to move in a general westward motion through tonight before turning more toward the northwest Saturday and Sunday. Additional strengthening is likely over the next few days, and Tropical Depression 9 should attain tropical storm status tonight. The storm likely to attain hurricane status by later this weekend. At this time, it appears as if Tropical Depression 9 will pose no direct threat to land, though rough surf and rip current issues can develop along the coast of southern Mexico.

One other area of interest exists in the Eastern Pacific Ocean. An area of disturbed weather located between Tropical Storm Greg and Tropical Depression 9. Environmental conditions are favorable for development and a new tropical depression could develop in the next day or two.

For Saturday morning we will see a mix smallish NW wind swell and sporadic pulses out of the SW. All in all don’t expect much more than waist high + surf up and down the coast.

* Nice tidal surge through the morning hours.

2017-07-22 Sat 03:32 AM -1.27 feet Low Tide
2017-07-22 Sat 05:12 AM Moonrise
2017-07-22 Sat 05:58 AM Sunrise
2017-07-22 Sat 09:56 AM 4.32 feet High Tide
2017-07-22 Sat 02:53 PM 1.67 feet Low Tide
2017-07-22 Sat 07:32 PM Moonset
2017-07-22 Sat 08:01 PM Sunset
2017-07-22 Sat 09:08 PM 7.06 feet High Tide

The conditions look good again early with variable winds out of the SE/SSE in the 2-4 MPH zone until 10AM and 6-11 MPH out of the West in the afternoon. The air temp dips a hair to 78 degrees.

For Sunday morning we will remain in the knee to waist high zone up and down the coast. There’s is a slim chance of some tropical energy entering the fray but the best case scenario looks like steeply angled waist high + surf.

* Nice tidal surge through the morning hours.

2017-07-23 Sun 02:47 AM New Moon
2017-07-23 Sun 04:15 AM -1.38 feet Low Tide
2017-07-23 Sun 05:59 AM Sunrise
2017-07-23 Sun 06:18 AM Moonrise
2017-07-23 Sun 10:40 AM 4.50 feet High Tide
2017-07-23 Sun 03:43 PM 1.60 feet Low Tide
2017-07-23 Sun 08:01 PM Sunset
2017-07-23 Sun 08:24 PM Moonset
2017-07-23 Sun 09:54 PM 6.94 feet High Tide

The conditions look fair early with variable winds out of the SW in the 1-3 MPH zone until 10AM and 6-11 MPH out of the West in the afternoon. The air temp holds at 76 degrees.

For Monday morning we’ll remain cellar dwellers with knee to waist high surf at most spots and possibly more of that steeply angled South swell.

Great tide push through the morning hours but I don’t see that dramatically changing our situation.

2017-07-24 Mon 04:57 AM -1.26 feet Low Tide
2017-07-24 Mon 06:00 AM Sunrise
2017-07-24 Mon 07:24 AM Moonrise
2017-07-24 Mon 11:23 AM 4.62 feet High Tide
2017-07-24 Mon 04:32 PM 1.60 feet Low Tide
2017-07-24 Mon 08:00 PM Sunset
2017-07-24 Mon 09:10 PM Moonset
2017-07-24 Mon 10:40 PM 6.60 feet High Tide

The conditions look pretty good early with variable breezes in the 2-3 MPH zone until 10AM and 6-11 MPH out of the West in the afternoon. The air temp dips to 78 degrees.

For Tuesday morning we’ll see more of the same with knee to waist high surf again!

* Nice tidal surge through the morning hours.

2017-07-25 Tue 05:39 AM -0.95 feet Low Tide
2017-07-25 Tue 06:00 AM Sunrise
2017-07-25 Tue 08:30 AM Moonrise
2017-07-25 Tue 12:07 PM 4.68 feet High Tide
2017-07-25 Tue 05:24 PM 1.67 feet Low Tide
2017-07-25 Tue 07:59 PM Sunset
2017-07-25 Tue 09:51 PM Moonset
2017-07-25 Tue 11:26 PM 6.06 feet High Tide

The conditions look okay with variable breezes in the 2-4 MPH zone until 10AM and 6-11 MPH out of the West in the afternoon. The air temp tops out at 75 degrees.

Water Temps: are as follows – Malibu 67, Santa Monica 70, Hermosa 72, Huntington 70 and Newport 73 degrees. Click the tides tab on the widget below for updated water temps or if you’re on a mobile device just scroll down!

I’ll be back on Sunday night with the latest scoop!

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