SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA SURF FORECAST UPDATED – 11-28-17
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For Tuesday morning we should see plenty of NW energy in play as a combo of NW swell rolls into the picture. Based on todays projections we’re looking at Head High to WOH, (well overhead), surf for the best West facing beaches.
Swell: HH to WOH for the exposed, deep water, West facing breaks with 14 second intervals from a 295-305 degree angle.
2017-11-28 Tue 01:01 AM Moonset
2017-11-28 Tue 05:21 AM 4.82 feet High Tide
2017-11-28 Tue 06:38 AM Sunrise
2017-11-28 Tue 11:40 AM 1.79 feet Low Tide
2017-11-28 Tue 01:44 PM Moonrise
2017-11-28 Tue 04:45 PM Sunset
2017-11-28 Tue 05:14 PM 3.90 feet High Tide
2017-11-28 Tue 11:14 PM 1.04 feet Low Tide
The conditions look good as high pressure sets up camp again. We’ll see winds out of the NE/NNE in the 4-6 MPH range until noon and 4-7 MPH out of the NW into the afternoon. The air temp jumps back up to 74 degrees.
For Wednesday we should see continued swell out of the NW in the shoulder to head high + range, (with a few larger sets mixing in), for the exposed West facing beaches. The angle remains steep so many beaches will be bypassed and see very little to no surf.
Swell: The angle will continue from ta 300-315 degree direction and the intervals will drop down to 10-12 seconds.
2017-11-29 Wed 02:02 AM Moonset
2017-11-29 Wed 05:50 AM 5.31 feet High Tide
2017-11-29 Wed 06:39 AM Sunrise
2017-11-29 Wed 12:22 PM 1.03 feet Low Tide
2017-11-29 Wed 02:20 PM Moonrise
2017-11-29 Wed 04:44 PM Sunset
2017-11-29 Wed 06:13 PM 4.08 feet High Tide
2017-11-29 Wed 11:54 PM 1.08 feet Low Tide
The conditions look great again with variable winds in the 1-5 MPH zone all day long. The air temp tops out at 68 degrees.
For Thursday morning the surf will pick back up as some new ground swell works its way into the fold. This swell will go shoulder high to head high + (for the top West facing beaches), with some larger sets showing up later in the day.
Swell: The leftover NW swell will combine with some fresh energy and will dish up HH to OH sets with beefy 16-18 second intervals from a steep 305-315 degree angle.
Early high tide: Thu 06:21 AM 5.83 feet High Tide
2017-11-30 Thu 03:06 AM Moonset
2017-11-30 Thu 06:21 AM 5.83 feet High Tide
2017-11-30 Thu 06:40 AM Sunrise
2017-11-30 Thu 01:04 PM 0.27 feet Low Tide
2017-11-30 Thu 02:58 PM Moonrise
2017-11-30 Thu 04:44 PM Sunset
2017-11-30 Thu 07:05 PM 4.24 feet High Tide
The conditions look pretty good with variable 1-5 MPH winds until noon, (stronger offshore breezes below the passes and canyons), and mild 5-7 MPH out of the West in the afternoon. The air temp tops out at 66 degrees.
For Friday morning the the surf will dip down into the shoulder to head high + zone for the exposed West facing breaks.
Swell: Shoulder to HH + with 14-16 second intervals from that same steep 305-315 degree angle.
Early high tide: Fri 06:54 AM 6.32 feet High Tide
2017-12-01 Fri 12:33 AM 1.16 feet Low Tide
2017-12-01 Fri 04:12 AM Moonset
2017-12-01 Fri 06:41 AM Sunrise
2017-12-01 Fri 06:54 AM 6.32 feet High Tide
2017-12-01 Fri 01:45 PM -0.42 feet Low Tide
2017-12-01 Fri 03:39 PM Moonrise
2017-12-01 Fri 04:44 PM Sunset
2017-12-01 Fri 07:56 PM 4.36 feet High Tide
The conditions look great as high pressure continues to and dishes up N/NNE winds in the 1-6 MPH zone until noon, (stronger offshore winds below the passes and canyons), and 4-6 MPH out of the West in the afternoon. The air temp tops out at 71 degrees.
For Saturday morning our current swell will be on the fade, but fear not, we’ll see some fresh NW energy come into play, with building surf through the day. The waves should be in the waist to chest high zone early and pick up some steam as the day wears on. The new surf will roll in from that same 305-315 degrees with 16-18 second interval. This will put the top spots in the shoulder to head high + zone later in the day.
Swell: The fading swell will start off in the chest to shoulder high zone and the new energy will roll into the better West facing breaks with 16-18 seconds from that same steep 305-315 degree angle.
Early high tide: Sat 07:31 AM 6.73 feet High Tide
2017-12-02 Sat 01:12 AM 1.26 feet Low Tide
2017-12-02 Sat 05:21 AM Moonset
2017-12-02 Sat 06:42 AM Sunrise
2017-12-02 Sat 07:31 AM 6.73 feet High Tide
2017-12-02 Sat 02:28 PM -0.96 feet Low Tide
2017-12-02 Sat 04:26 PM Moonrise
2017-12-02 Sat 04:44 PM Sunset
2017-12-02 Sat 08:46 PM 4.41 feet High Tide
The conditions look fantastic with variable winds in the 2-4 MPH zone all day long. The air temp tops out at 70 degrees.
For Sunday morning there will still be plenty of meat left on the bone as all energy backs down through the day. We’ll basically be seeing chest to head high surf with a few larger sets in the AM.
Swell: Same angle as the day before with waning intervals.
Early high tide: Sun 08:10 AM 6.99 feet High Tide
2017-12-03 Sun 01:53 AM 1.41 feet Low Tide
2017-12-03 Sun 06:31 AM Moonset
2017-12-03 Sun 06:43 AM Sunrise
2017-12-03 Sun 07:48 AM Full Moon
2017-12-03 Sun 08:10 AM 6.99 feet High Tide
2017-12-03 Sun 03:14 PM -1.31 feet Low Tide
2017-12-03 Sun 04:44 PM Sunset
2017-12-03 Sun 05:18 PM Moonrise
2017-12-03 Sun 09:36 PM 4.38 feet High Tide
The conditions look pretty damn good again with variable winds in the 1-5 MPH zone all day long. The air temp dips to 67 degrees.
Water Temps are as follows – Malibu 61, Santa Monica 61, Hermosa 62, Huntington 61 and Newport 60 degrees.
I’ll be back on Thursday with the next update!
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