SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA SURF FORECAST UPDATED 10-12-15
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HURRICANE WATCH: Tropical Storm Nora is located about 795 miles southeast of Hilo, Hawaii. Maximum sustained winds are now near 65 mph with higher gusts.
Nora is expected to gradually weaken over the next couple of days then curve more northward Tuesday through Thursday. This turn to the north should happen before it gets close to Hawaii and, therefore, it is expected to have no direct impact to land through at least Thursday. By that time, the system may dissipate or become non-tropical.
There is also an area of disturbed weather well south of the south coast of Mexico. It remains very disorganized today, but development of this system is possible later this week.
Tuesday looks like another pretty good day for waves as that SW swell from 220 degrees peaks in the morning with 16-18 second intervals and continues to pulse through the day. This should create chest to shoulder high plus sets for the better South facing beaches.
We’ll also see that NW energy be in play for the AM and slowly fade out through the day.
2015-10-13 Tue 03:40 AM 1.34 feet Low Tide
2015-10-13 Tue 06:57 AM Sunrise
2015-10-13 Tue 07:30 AM Moonrise
2015-10-13 Tue 09:51 AM 5.53 feet High Tide
2015-10-13 Tue 04:23 PM 0.51 feet Low Tide
2015-10-13 Tue 06:22 PM Sunset
2015-10-13 Tue 07:01 PM Moonset
2015-10-13 Tue 10:30 PM 4.51 feet High Tide
The conditions look fair with variable breezes in the 1-3 MPH zone until noon and 9-11 MPH out of the West in the afternoon. The air temp backs down to 85 degrees.
Wednesday should be another decent day for waves with a combination of swells in the water. We’ll have some 14-16 second interval swell out of the SW, from a liberal 220 degrees and some fresh, 12-14 second interval surf out of the NW from a 300-305 degree angle.
The top spots will see chest to shoulder high surf and with all of the different swells around I wouldn’t be surprised if some larger sets roll in on occasion!
2015-10-14 Wed 04:03 AM 1.58 feet Low Tide
2015-10-14 Wed 06:58 AM Sunrise
2015-10-14 Wed 08:24 AM Moonrise
2015-10-14 Wed 10:15 AM 5.55 feet High Tide
2015-10-14 Wed 04:57 PM 0.49 feet Low Tide
2015-10-14 Wed 06:21 PM Sunset
2015-10-14 Wed 07:37 PM Moonset
2015-10-14 Wed 11:07 PM 4.25 feet High Tide
The conditions look tolerable with onshore breezes in the 4-6 MPH zone until noon and 9-12 MPH out of the SW in the afternoon. The air temp tops out at 81 degrees on the sand.
Thursday looks smaller as all energy backs down through the day. We should still see some waist to chest high sets with a few larger waves during the morning tide push.
2015-10-15 Thu 04:27 AM 1.86 feet Low Tide
2015-10-15 Thu 06:59 AM Sunrise
2015-10-15 Thu 09:18 AM Moonrise
2015-10-15 Thu 10:41 AM 5.50 feet High Tide
2015-10-15 Thu 05:35 PM 0.55 feet Low Tide
2015-10-15 Thu 06:20 PM Sunset
2015-10-15 Thu 08:16 PM Moonset
2015-10-15 Thu 11:49 PM 3.96 feet High Tide
The conditions look similar to those of Wednesday with Westerly breezes in the 2-6 MPH zone until noon and 9-11 MPH out of the West in the afternoon. The air temp dips to 77 degrees.
The current water temps Newport 73 degrees, Huntington 73 degrees, the South Bay showed as 73 degrees, Santa Monica 71 degrees and Malibu 71 degrees.
I’ll be back on Tuesday with the 5DAY 4CAST!