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HURRICANE WATCH: Oho has become a non-tropical cyclone as it moves over increasingly cooler water. It is centered over 1,400 miles northeast of Hilo, Hawaii.

Oho continues to race north-northeastward today. It will turn more northward tonight through Friday. It will weaken over the next 24 hours or so, then may briefly strengthen again later Friday, before resuming the weakening trend. Through Thursday, impacts from Oho will be limited to shipping routes and increased surf and seas in the East Pacific. Late Thursday night into Friday night, however, Oho will bring gusty winds and heavy rainfall to portions of western and northern British Columbia as well as southeastern Alaska. So Cal will see some decent swell out of this on Saturday and Sunday!

Friday looks slightly better with more smallish, short interval, NW wind swell in the waist high zone and the aforementioned SW energy should be in full bloom with waist to chest high sets from an angle of 200 degrees.

We’ll also see some stronger, 17-19 second interval swell out of the SW fill in later in the day which will be in play for Saturday morning. The better South facing beaches should go chest to head high with places like the Wedge getting larger sets.

A high tide, slightly better than 5 feet will hurt some breaks and help others, but the swell will be pulsing through the day and with high pressure moving in it should be relatively clean all day.

2015-10-09 Fri 02:03 AM 0.66 feet Low Tide
2015-10-09 Fri 03:58 AM Moonrise
2015-10-09 Fri 06:54 AM Sunrise
2015-10-09 Fri 08:23 AM 5.02 feet High Tide
2015-10-09 Fri 02:20 PM 1.34 feet Low Tide
2015-10-09 Fri 04:51 PM Moonset
2015-10-09 Fri 06:27 PM Sunset
2015-10-09 Fri 08:17 PM 5.00 feet High Tide

The conditions look okay with variable breezes out of the East in the 1-3 MPH zone until noon and mild 6-8 MPH out of the West in the afternoon. The air temp jumps up a blazing 89 degrees.

Saturday looks even better with a myriad of swells in the water out of the SW between 200-205 degrees. The better South facing breaks should see sets in chest to head high + zone.

We’ll also welcome energy from what was Hurricane Oho as she dishes up 14-15 second interval swell from an angle of 255-260 degrees, (which we almost never see). This should be good for chest to head high sets at the top spots and due to the Westerly angle, pay a visit to almost every nook and cranny on the coast.

Tons of swell out there folks so just work around the high tide and smoking hot air temps.

2015-10-10 Sat 02:30 AM 0.79 feet Low Tide
2015-10-10 Sat 04:51 AM Moonrise
2015-10-10 Sat 06:55 AM Sunrise
2015-10-10 Sat 08:45 AM 5.19 feet High Tide
2015-10-10 Sat 02:51 PM 1.03 feet Low Tide
2015-10-10 Sat 05:24 PM Moonset
2015-10-10 Sat 06:26 PM Sunset
2015-10-10 Sat 08:51 PM 4.96 feet High Tide

The conditions look great with variable breezes out of the East in the 4-7 MPH zone until noon and 9-11 MPH out of the SW in the afternoon. The air temp jumps up a click to a mind numbing 90 degrees on the sand.

Sunday looks like another solid day for waves as the band plays on. All of our current energy will back down through the day but the morning should dish up plenty of fun sets in the chest to shoulder high range with some head high plus waves at the stand outs!

2015-10-11 Sun 02:54 AM 0.95 feet Low Tide
2015-10-11 Sun 05:44 AM Moonrise
2015-10-11 Sun 06:55 AM Sunrise
2015-10-11 Sun 09:06 AM 5.34 feet High Tide
2015-10-11 Sun 03:22 PM 0.79 feet Low Tide
2015-10-11 Sun 05:55 PM Moonset
2015-10-11 Sun 06:25 PM Sunset
2015-10-11 Sun 09:24 PM 4.87 feet High Tide

The conditions look okay with variable breezes in the 1-3 MPH zone until noon and 17-10 MPH out of the West in the afternoon. The air temp dips to a still balmy 84 degrees.

The current water temps Newport 74 degrees, Huntington 73 degrees, the South Bay showed as 73 degrees, Santa Monica 73 degrees and Malibu 70 degrees.

I’ll be back on Friday with the next update!