SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA SURF FORECAST UPDATED on 3-6-18
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For Wednesday morning we’ll see surf in the waist high plus range with some larger set waves getting into the top South facing beaches.
Swell 1: 305 degrees with 14 second intervals
Swell 2: 195 degrees with 16-17 second intervals
2018-03-07 Wed 12:31 AM 4.52 feet High Tide
2018-03-07 Wed 06:14 AM Sunrise
2018-03-07 Wed 07:33 AM 1.09 feet Low Tide
2018-03-07 Wed 09:58 AM Moonset
2018-03-07 Wed 01:37 PM 2.94 feet High Tide
2018-03-07 Wed 05:55 PM Sunset
2018-03-07 Wed 06:31 PM 2.02 feet Low Tide
2018-03-07 Wed 11:52 PM Moonrise
The conditions look fair + with variable 1-4 MPH breezes until 2:00PM and 5-8 MPH out of the West in the afternoon. The air temp dips to 69 degrees.
For Thursday morning will see waist high leftovers everywhere with the dominant energy out of the SW from 195 degrees and 15 second intervals.
2018-03-08 Thu 01:23 AM 4.28 feet High Tide
2018-03-08 Thu 06:13 AM Sunrise
2018-03-08 Thu 09:08 AM 1.13 feet Low Tide
2018-03-08 Thu 10:37 AM Moonset
2018-03-08 Thu 04:00 PM 2.70 feet High Tide
2018-03-08 Thu 05:56 PM Sunset
2018-03-08 Thu 07:24 PM 2.51 feet Low Tide
The conditions look okay again with variable, 1-3 MPH breezes until noon and 7-10 MPH out of the West in the afternoon. The air temp tops out at 68 degrees.
For Friday morning we’re anticipating some fresh, 6-8 second interval NW wind swell in the waist high + zone and some small steeply angled NW ground swell.
Swell 1: 305-310 degrees with 16 second intervals
Swell 2: 270-275 degrees with 9-10 second intervals
2018-03-09 Fri 12:46 AM Moonrise
2018-03-09 Fri 02:37 AM 4.11 feet High Tide
2018-03-09 Fri 03:22 AM Last Quarter
2018-03-09 Fri 06:12 AM Sunrise
2018-03-09 Fri 10:44 AM 0.91 feet Low Tide
2018-03-09 Fri 11:19 AM Moonset
2018-03-09 Fri 05:57 PM Sunset
2018-03-09 Fri 06:15 PM 2.96 feet High Tide
2018-03-09 Fri 09:34 PM 2.77 feet Low Tide
The conditions fair again variable 2-4 MPH breezes out of the West until noon and 8-11 MPH in the afternoon. The air temp dips to 66 degrees.
For Saturday morning we’ll see continued smallish NW wind swell in the the waist high zone and fading NW ground swell from the same aggle as yesterday.
Swell 1: 305-310 degrees with 14-15 second intervals
Swell 2: 270-275 degrees with 8 second intervals
2018-03-10 Sat 01:38 AM Moonrise
2018-03-10 Sat 04:03 AM 4.14 feet High Tide
2018-03-10 Sat 06:11 AM Sunrise
2018-03-10 Sat 11:50 AM 0.58 feet Low Tide
2018-03-10 Sat 12:04 PM Moonset
2018-03-10 Sat 05:57 PM Sunset
2018-03-10 Sat 06:58 PM 3.27 feet High Tide
2018-03-10 Sat 11:14 PM 2.65 feet Low Tide
The conditions look to be tolerable in the AM with variable winds out of the S/SW in the 2-3 MPH range until noon and a mild 4-6 MPH out of the West in the afternoon. There’s a 60% chance of rain and the air temp drops off to 62 degrees.
For Sunday morning we’ll dip into the knee to waist high zone up and down the coast.
2018-03-11 Sun 03:27 AM Moonrise
2018-03-11 Sun 06:12 AM 4.34 feet High Tide
2018-03-11 Sun 07:09 AM Sunrise
2018-03-11 Sun 01:34 PM 0.26 feet Low Tide
2018-03-11 Sun 01:52 PM Moonset
2018-03-11 Sun 06:58 PM Sunset
2018-03-11 Sun 08:23 PM 3.52 feet High Tide
The conditions look iffy at best with 2-7 MPH breezes out of the S/SSE all day long. There’s a 40% chance of rain and the air temp jumps up to 67 degrees.
FREEZING Water Temps are as follows – Malibu 54, Santa Monica 57, Hermosa 58, Huntington 56 and Newport 57 degrees.
I’ll be back on Thursday with the next update!
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