Posted on: December 20th, 2019 by admin





For Thursday morning we’ll have leftover Southerly energy for the AM but see another burst of SW swell from 200-205 degrees with 15-16 second intervals start to show up later in the day. Things will start off in the chest high zone with a few larger sets as the swell fills in, but we anticipate the swell to be in full swing for Friday.

2020-06-04 Thu 03:15 AM -1.00 feet Low Tide
2020-06-04 Thu 04:53 AM Moonset
2020-06-04 Thu 05:42 AM Sunrise
2020-06-04 Thu 09:30 AM 4.06 feet High Tide
2020-06-04 Thu 02:31 PM 1.42 feet Low Tide
2020-06-04 Thu 07:08 PM Moonrise
2020-06-04 Thu 08:02 PM Sunset
2020-06-04 Thu 08:53 PM 6.74 feet High Tide

The conditions look fair early with variable 1-3 MPH breezes out of the SW until 10:00AM and 6-9 MPH onshore winds in the afternoon. The air temp tops out at 72 degrees.


For Friday morning we’ll see that SW swell peak, (200-210 degrees with 15-16 second intervals), with shoulder to head high + sets for the top spots and there’s enough West in it for some energy to leak into the SW facing breaks too.

2020-06-05 Fri 04:01 AM -1.35 feet Low Tide
2020-06-05 Fri 05:38 AM Moonset
2020-06-05 Fri 05:42 AM Sunrise
2020-06-05 Fri 10:24 AM 3.99 feet High Tide
2020-06-05 Fri 12:12 PM Full Moon
2020-06-05 Fri 03:12 PM 1.71 feet Low Tide
2020-06-05 Fri 08:02 PM Sunset
2020-06-05 Fri 08:17 PM Moonrise
2020-06-05 Fri 09:32 PM 6.77 feet High Tide

The conditions look okay as we’re slated to see 4-6 MPH breezes out of the South until 10:00AM and 9-12 MPH S/SW winds in the afternoon. The air temp tops out at 68 degrees.

For Saturday morning we’ll see chest high sets, (200-210 degrees with 14 second intervals), in the AM as that SW energy holds throughout the day and starts to slow down into Sunday.

We’re also due some fresh NW wind swell which should start to show up later in the day.

2020-06-06 Sat 04:47 AM -1.45 feet Low Tide
2020-06-06 Sat 05:42 AM Sunrise
2020-06-06 Sat 06:28 AM Moonset
2020-06-06 Sat 11:18 AM 3.89 feet High Tide
2020-06-06 Sat 03:54 PM 2.01 feet Low Tide
2020-06-06 Sat 08:03 PM Sunset
2020-06-06 Sat 09:22 PM Moonrise
2020-06-06 Sat 10:12 PM 6.59 feet High Tide

The conditions look okay with variable 3-5 MPH winds out of the S/SSE until noon and 8-13 MPH breezes out of the SW in the afternoon. The air temp tops out at 67 degrees.


For Sunday morning we should see continued fading SW from that same 200-210 degrees with 12 second intervals in the waist high + range.

We’re also likely to see a nice bump in short interval, steeply angled NW wind swell with shoulder to possibly high + peaks for the top West facing beaches.

2020-06-07 Sun 05:34 AM -1.33 feet Low Tide
2020-06-07 Sun 05:42 AM Sunrise
2020-06-07 Sun 07:24 AM Moonset
2020-06-07 Sun 12:13 PM 3.79 feet High Tide
2020-06-07 Sun 04:38 PM 2.30 feet Low Tide
2020-06-07 Sun 08:03 PM Sunset
2020-06-07 Sun 10:20 PM Moonrise
2020-06-07 Sun 10:54 PM 6.25 feet High Tide

The conditions look a bit iffy with variable 4-7 MPH Southerly breezes until noon and then 12-18 MPH winds out of the S/SW until dark. The air temp tops out at 70 degrees.

Water temps are as follows, (day of 4CAST update), Malibu 58 Santa Monica 60 South Bay 61 Huntington 59, Newport 59 .

The next update will be Friday!

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