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For Monday morning we’ll see fading chest to shoulder high, NW wind swell with the same 300-310 degree angle and 8-10 second intervals for the exposed West facing beaches.

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 check out todays wind model for yourself. The air temp dips to 62 degrees.

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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 fresh NW wind swell mix in with the old energy and the best West facing breaks should see waist to chest high sets from 305-310 degrees and 8-10 second intervals.

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 okay with 2-7 MPH breezes out of the E/SE until 11AM and those will get into the 7-12 MPH range in the afternoon. The air temp tops out at 65 degrees.

For Thursday morning we’ll see that NW wind swell, (300-310 degrees with 8-10 second intervals), back down into the waist high range and a new pulse of smallish, but potent, SW swell move into the fold with waist high + sets from 200-205 degrees and 16-17 second intervals.

2017-05-18 Thu 01:16 AM Moonrise
2017-05-18 Thu 02:21 AM 3.98 feet High Tide
2017-05-18 Thu 05:50 AM Sunrise
2017-05-18 Thu 10:10 AM 0.58 feet Low Tide
2017-05-18 Thu 12:22 PM Moonset
2017-05-18 Thu 05:33 PM 3.79 feet High Tide
2017-05-18 Thu 05:35 PM Last Quarter
2017-05-18 Thu 07:51 PM Sunset
2017-05-18 Thu 10:44 PM 2.75 feet Low Tide

The conditions look a little iffy with variable 1-8 MPH winds until 11AM and 8-14 MPH out of the West in the afternoon. The air temp jumps up to 68 degrees.

For Friday morning we’ll see both the NW and SW swell hover in the waist high zone in the morning and fade further into the afternoon.

2017-05-19 Fri 01:54 AM Moonrise
2017-05-19 Fri 03:56 AM 3.81 feet High Tide
2017-05-19 Fri 05:49 AM Sunrise
2017-05-19 Fri 11:05 AM 0.60 feet Low Tide
2017-05-19 Fri 01:21 PM Moonset
2017-05-19 Fri 06:07 PM 4.19 feet High Tide
2017-05-19 Fri 07:51 PM Sunset
2017-05-19 Fri 11:56 PM 2.18 feet Low Tide

The conditions look pretty good with variable breezes in the 1-3 MPH zone until noon and 9-14 MPH out of the West in the afternoon. The air temp tops out at 66 degrees.

Water Temps: are as follows – Malibu 57, Santa Monica 61, Hermosa 61, Huntington 62 and Newport 61 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 Monday with the next update!

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