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For Saturday morning we’ll see some fresh NW wind swell come into play and the better West facing breaks should see peaky shoulder to head high sets fill in throughout the day. The angle will be a steep 300-310 degrees with 8-10 second intervals.

2017-05-13 Sat 05:48 AM -0.16 feet Low Tide
2017-05-13 Sat 05:53 AM Sunrise
2017-05-13 Sat 08:04 AM Moonset
2017-05-13 Sat 12:17 PM 3.43 feet High Tide
2017-05-13 Sat 04:48 PM 2.24 feet Low Tide
2017-05-13 Sat 07:47 PM Sunset
2017-05-13 Sat 10:19 PM Moonrise
2017-05-13 Sat 11:04 PM 5.18 feet High Tide

The conditions are all over the board… see todays wind models. It’s definitely a look before you leap scenario. Check out the cams in the AM. The air temp jumps up to 67 degrees.


For Sunday morning we’ll see that NW wind swell continue, and even increase, with shoulder high to possibly even head high + sets for the exposed West facing beaches. Same angle of 300-310 degrees with short 8-10 second intervals.

2017-05-14 Sun 05:53 AM Sunrise
2017-05-14 Sun 06:28 AM 0.00 feet Low Tide
2017-05-14 Sun 08:49 AM Moonset
2017-05-14 Sun 01:10 PM 3.28 feet High Tide
2017-05-14 Sun 05:18 PM 2.50 feet Low Tide
2017-05-14 Sun 07:48 PM Sunset
2017-05-14 Sun 11:07 PM Moonrise
2017-05-14 Sun 11:36 PM 4.93 feet High Tide

The conditions look pretty good with variable breezes out of the East at 6-10 MPH until noon and 9-11 MPH out of the West in the afternoon. The air temp tops out at 66 degrees.

For Monday morning we’ll see chest to head high wind swell with the same angle and same short interval.

2017-05-15 Mon 05:52 AM Sunrise
2017-05-15 Mon 07:14 AM 0.20 feet Low Tide
2017-05-15 Mon 09:38 AM Moonset
2017-05-15 Mon 02:16 PM 3.19 feet High Tide
2017-05-15 Mon 05:55 PM 2.76 feet Low Tide
2017-05-15 Mon 07:48 PM Sunset
2017-05-15 Mon 11:53 PM Moonrise

The conditions look a bit suspect with a mixed bag of variable breezes at 1-5 MPH range until 10AM and 8-15 MPH in the afternoon. The air temp dips to 62 degrees.

For Tuesday morning all wind swell energy will dip into the waist to chest high zone.

2017-05-16 Tue 12:14 AM 4.63 feet High Tide
2017-05-16 Tue 05:51 AM Sunrise
2017-05-16 Tue 08:08 AM 0.38 feet Low Tide
2017-05-16 Tue 10:30 AM Moonset
2017-05-16 Tue 03:37 PM 3.25 feet High Tide
2017-05-16 Tue 06:58 PM 2.98 feet Low Tide
2017-05-16 Tue 07:49 PM Sunset

The conditions look fair with E/SE/SSE breezes in the 2-11 MPH range until noon and 9-12 MPH out of the West in the afternoon. The air temp tops out at 65 degrees.

For Wednesday morning we’ll see some heavy winds and larger NW wind swell roll into town but it looks like things will get ugly early. Stay tuned and we’ll see it the wind models flip flop on Sunday.

2017-05-17 Wed 12:35 AM Moonrise
2017-05-17 Wed 01:05 AM 4.30 feet High Tide
2017-05-17 Wed 05:50 AM Sunrise
2017-05-17 Wed 09:08 AM 0.52 feet Low Tide
2017-05-17 Wed 11:25 AM Moonset
2017-05-17 Wed 04:48 PM 3.47 feet High Tide
2017-05-17 Wed 07:50 PM Sunset
2017-05-17 Wed 08:51 PM 3.05 feet Low Tide

The conditions look poor with 7-12 MPH onshore/West winds at first light and those will get into the mid 20’s in the afternoon. The air temp tops out at 65 degrees.

Water Temps: are as follows – Malibu 61, Santa Monica 61, Hermosa 61, Huntington 63 and Newport 64 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 will be back on Sunday with the next update!

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