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For Monday morning we’ll see a little bump in size as a new pulse of smallish, SW swell, rolls into the picture from a 215-220 degree angle with 16-17 second intervals. This should deliver waist high + sets for beaches with a look at the SW and chest high sets for the top spots. We’ll also see some 8-10 second interval NW wind swell from a 305-310 degree angle.

2017-05-29 Mon 05:44 AM Sunrise
2017-05-29 Mon 07:16 AM -1.00 feet Low Tide
2017-05-29 Mon 09:54 AM Moonrise
2017-05-29 Mon 02:07 PM 3.98 feet High Tide
2017-05-29 Mon 06:52 PM 2.36 feet Low Tide
2017-05-29 Mon 07:58 PM Sunset
2017-05-29 Mon 11:58 PM Moonset

The conditions should be fair early with variable breezes,out of the South, in the 2-4 MPH zone until noon and mild 6-8 MPH breezes out of the West in the afternoon. There’s a 10% chance of rain and the air temp tops out at 67 degrees.

For Tuesday morning we’ll see another slight bump in size as that SW energy peaks and dishes up waist to chest high sets to the beaches that are receptive to a 215-220 degree angle. We’ll also see continue, smallish NW wind swell in the mix from that same 305-310 degree angle.There should be some fun little waves rolling in at the top South West facing breaks!

2017-05-30 Tue 12:52 AM 5.48 feet High Tide
2017-05-30 Tue 05:44 AM Sunrise
2017-05-30 Tue 08:16 AM -0.58 feet Low Tide
2017-05-30 Tue 10:58 AM Moonrise
2017-05-30 Tue 03:19 PM 4.07 feet High Tide
2017-05-30 Tue 07:59 PM Sunset
2017-05-30 Tue 08:15 PM 2.53 feet Low Tide

The conditions should be pretty clean early with variable Southerly breezes in the 3-5 MPH zone until noon and 6-9 MPH out of the West in the afternoon. The air temp holds at 67 degrees and once again there’s a 10% chance of rain.

For Wednesday morning we’ll dip into the waist high zone everywhere with small, inconsistent background swell out of the SW up and down the coast.

2017-05-31 Wed 12:42 AM Moonset
2017-05-31 Wed 01:59 AM 4.83 feet High Tide
2017-05-31 Wed 05:43 AM Sunrise
2017-05-31 Wed 09:18 AM -0.14 feet Low Tide
2017-05-31 Wed 12:00 PM Moonrise
2017-05-31 Wed 04:27 PM 4.28 feet High Tide
2017-05-31 Wed 07:59 PM Sunset
2017-05-31 Wed 09:53 PM 2.43 feet Low Tide

The conditions look pretty good early with 4-8 MPH winds out of the SE/SSE until 11AM and 7-9 MPH out of the West in the afternoon. The air temp dips a hair to 66 degrees and there’s a 10% chance of rain.

For Thursday morning the surf will dip further and we’ll be stuck in the knee high plus zone up and down the coast.

2017-06-01 Thu 01:21 AM Moonset
2017-06-01 Thu 03:20 AM 4.25 feet High Tide
2017-06-01 Thu 05:43 AM First Quarter
2017-06-01 Thu 05:43 AM Sunrise
2017-06-01 Thu 10:21 AM 0.25 feet Low Tide
2017-06-01 Thu 01:00 PM Moonrise
2017-06-01 Thu 05:26 PM 4.57 feet High Tide
2017-06-01 Thu 08:00 PM Sunset
2017-06-01 Thu 11:25 PM 2.04 feet Low Tide

The conditions look fair with 2-5 MPH winds out of the E/SE until noon and those get up to 7-12 MPH out of the West in the afternoon. The air tops bumps up to 69 degrees and there’s a 10% chance of rain.

Water Temps: are as follows – Malibu 60, Santa Monica 62, Hermosa 64, Huntington 60 and Newport 62 degrees. Click the tides tab on the widget below for updated water temps or if you’re on a mobile device just scroll down!

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