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Hurricane Watch There are currently no tropical systems across the East Pacific basin, and none are expected to develop over the next few days.

For Thursday morning we’ll see a little something in the form of NW wind swell from a steep angle of 310 degrees and 8-10 second intervals. This should dish up waist high + wind peaks for the exposed West facing breaks. In conjunction with that energy there will be some small, but potent SW swell rolling in from a liberal 220 degree angle. The S/SW facing breaks will see sets in the waist high plus range.

2017-10-12 Thu 05:00 AM 3.86 feet High Tide
2017-10-12 Thu 05:27 AM Last Quarter
2017-10-12 Thu 06:57 AM Sunrise
2017-10-12 Thu 09:30 AM 2.95 feet Low Tide
2017-10-12 Thu 02:03 PM Moonset
2017-10-12 Thu 03:33 PM 5.12 feet High Tide
2017-10-12 Thu 06:23 PM Sunset
2017-10-12 Thu 11:07 PM 0.28 feet Low Tide

The conditions look good with variable winds in the 1-4 MPH zone until noon and 7-10 MPH out of the West in the afternoon. The air temp holds at 69 degrees on the sand.

For Friday morning we’ll see more of the same with the combo of NW wind swell and small SW ground swell. Same deal with a mish mash of waist high + sets at the better beaches.

2017-10-13 Fri 12:44 AM Moonrise
2017-10-13 Fri 06:09 AM 4.24 feet High Tide
2017-10-13 Fri 06:57 AM Sunrise
2017-10-13 Fri 11:11 AM 2.69 feet Low Tide
2017-10-13 Fri 02:53 PM Moonset
2017-10-13 Fri 05:01 PM 5.12 feet High Tide
2017-10-13 Fri 06:21 PM Sunset

The conditions look great with E/SE/SSE winds in the 11-17 MPH zone until noon, (slightly stronger below passes and canyons), and then we’ll see mild winds in the afternoon. The air temp tops out at 73 degrees.

For Saturday morning the SW will slink into the waist to chest high range and the NW energy will dip into the knee to waist high zone.

2017-10-14 Sat 12:10 AM 0.15 feet Low Tide
2017-10-14 Sat 01:47 AM Moonrise
2017-10-14 Sat 06:56 AM 4.65 feet High Tide
2017-10-14 Sat 06:58 AM Sunrise
2017-10-14 Sat 12:24 PM 2.18 feet Low Tide
2017-10-14 Sat 03:38 PM Moonset
2017-10-14 Sat 06:13 PM 5.24 feet High Tide
2017-10-14 Sat 06:20 PM Sunset

The conditions look great with NNE winds in the 1-4 MPH zone until noon, (stronger below passes and canyons), and 7-9 MPH out of the West in the afternoon. The air temp tops out at 74 degrees.

By Sunday morning there will be no substantial changes with continued waist high surf out of the NW and SW. The more intriguing news is that a much more substantial SW swell will start to weave it’s way in on Monday! Stay tuned for more details on Friday!

2017-10-15 Sun 01:00 AM 0.08 feet Low Tide
2017-10-15 Sun 02:50 AM Moonrise
2017-10-15 Sun 06:59 AM Sunrise
2017-10-15 Sun 07:34 AM 5.03 feet High Tide
2017-10-15 Sun 01:18 PM 1.62 feet Low Tide
2017-10-15 Sun 04:18 PM Moonset
2017-10-15 Sun 06:19 PM Sunset
2017-10-15 Sun 07:12 PM 5.35 feet High Tide

The conditions look to be excellent with N/NNE winds in the 2-9 MPH zone until noon, (stronger below passes and canyons), and 3-7 MPH out of the West in the afternoon. The air temp goes through the roof skyrocketing to 85 degrees on the sand.

Water Temps: are as follows – Malibu 65, Santa Monica 67, Hermosa 68, Huntington 66 and Newport 69 degrees.

I’ll be back on Friday with the WEEKEND WARRIOR 4CAST!

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