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SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA SURF FORECAST UPDATED 5-12-14
* 5-9-14 Submitted by Lev – GWS approx 5-6ft long launched completely out of the water twice. It was in the air at a 45 degree angle with its tail maybe 2 feet above the water. Discovery Channel type sh%t. Was surfing south of 40 at around 10am, handful of guys out. Shark was just outside the lineup.
* 5-8-14 Submitted by Gary Castro – Thursday morning paddle out around 39th/40th @ 0555. 5 surfers in the line up and one surfer paddling out witnessed full breach of 4-6ft juvenile GWS with a fish in his mouth.
At least 25 min. later I was paddling back out and between myself and another surfer, the distance of 40 ft, a triangular dorsal fin breaks the surface and submerges in an instant.
* 5-5-14 Another Juvenile Great White Shark was spotted cruising through the line up at El Porto again on Monday. In addition I, (along with 2 others), witnessed a 6-7 foot GWS jump completely out of the water near 45th street. If you see anything noteworthy out there, feel free to send us
* 5-8-14 A 4-5 footer was seen jumping at 34th st this morning – another possible juvenile GWS was spotted between 45th and the jetty. an email with the details.
Tuesday morning will start off slow everywhere, but the most exposed South facing breaks like Huntington, Newport and select spots in the San O’ area will see dying South swell, from that 180 degree angle, and some fresh, long interval, 180 degree energy start to pulse in late in the day. Top spots will go waist high plus by days end.
2014-05-13 Tue 03:21 AM -0.39 feet Low Tide
2014-05-13 Tue 05:09 AM Moonset
2014-05-13 Tue 05:53 AM Sunrise
2014-05-13 Tue 09:32 AM 4.03 feet High Tide
2014-05-13 Tue 02:46 PM 1.30 feet Low Tide
2014-05-13 Tue 06:56 PM Moonrise
2014-05-13 Tue 07:47 PM Sunset
2014-05-13 Tue 09:03 PM 6.00 feet High Tide
The conditions will be fantastic again with NNE breezes in the 4-16 MPH zone all day long, (stronger below passes and canyons). The air temp gets up to a steamy 90 degrees.
For Wednesday morning we will start off slow in the morning again, but some long interval SW swell will move in later in the day. The top spots will see chest to shoulder high plus sets for only the top South facing beaches by sundown.
2014-05-14 Wed 03:59 AM -0.76 feet Low Tide
2014-05-14 Wed 05:53 AM Sunrise
2014-05-14 Wed 05:53 AM Moonset
2014-05-14 Wed 10:15 AM 4.03 feet High Tide
2014-05-14 Wed 12:18 PM Full Moon
2014-05-14 Wed 03:21 PM 1.43 feet Low Tide
2014-05-14 Wed 07:47 PM Sunset
2014-05-14 Wed 07:59 PM Moonrise
2014-05-14 Wed 09:37 PM 6.19 feet High Tide
The conditions look great, with NE/NNE breezes in the 4-15 MPH zone until 2PM, (stronger below passes and canyons), and those will get up to 10-13 MPH out of the West in the afternoon. The air temp climbs to a blazing 94 degrees.
For Thursday morning that long interval SW swell will take center stage providing chest to shoulder high plus sets for the best South facing breaks.
2014-05-15 Thu 04:40 AM -0.99 feet Low Tide
2014-05-15 Thu 05:52 AM Sunrise
2014-05-15 Thu 06:42 AM Moonset
2014-05-15 Thu 11:01 AM 3.97 feet High Tide
2014-05-15 Thu 03:58 PM 1.60 feet Low Tide
2014-05-15 Thu 07:48 PM Sunset
2014-05-15 Thu 09:01 PM Moonrise
2014-05-15 Thu 10:15 PM 6.25 feet High Tide
The conditions should be good again as high pressure moves in and promotes offshore conditions. We’ll see 4-12 MPH breezes out of the East, (stronger below passes and canyons), until early afternoon and those will get up to 10-12 MPH out of the West in the afternoon. The air temp gets up to an ungodly 96 degrees.
The current water temps Newport 63 degrees, Huntington 63 degrees, the South Bay showed as 60 degrees, Santa Monica 59 degrees and Malibu 58 degrees.
I’ll be back on Tuesday with the 5DAY 4CAST!