SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA SURF FORECAST UPDATED on 2-26-2019
For Wednesday morning we should see a little light at the end of the tunnel as some short interval, NW wind swell, weaves its way into the better West facing beaches. This minor burst of energy will roll in from a steep, 300-305 degree angle with 10 second intervals and dish up waist to possibly chest high peaks.
2019-02-27 Wed 01:37 AM Moonrise
2019-02-27 Wed 03:52 AM 4.60 feet High Tide
2019-02-27 Wed 06:25 AM Sunrise
2019-02-27 Wed 11:37 AM 0.34 feet Low Tide
2019-02-27 Wed 12:01 PM Moonset
2019-02-27 Wed 05:48 PM Sunset
2019-02-27 Wed 06:40 PM 3.21 feet High Tide
2019-02-27 Wed 10:48 PM 2.58 feet Low Tide
The conditions look good with variable breezes in the 1-5 zone out of the East until noon and mild 2-6 MPH whispers of wind out of the West until dark. The air temp tops out at 61 degrees and there’s a 20% chance of rain.
For Thursday morning the short interval NW wind swell will continue to dish up some okay surf for the top West facing breaks. The waves should be in the waist high + range throughout the morning and some fresh, longer interval, NW energy, should start to show up later in the day.
2019-02-28 Thu 02:31 AM Moonrise
2019-02-28 Thu 05:03 AM 4.72 feet High Tide
2019-02-28 Thu 06:24 AM Sunrise
2019-02-28 Thu 12:33 PM -0.00 feet Low Tide
2019-02-28 Thu 12:48 PM Moonset
2019-02-28 Thu 05:49 PM Sunset
2019-02-28 Thu 07:26 PM 3.50 feet High Tide
2019-02-28 Thu 11:59 PM 2.44 feet Low Tide
The conditions should be okay with 3-5 MPH onshore breezes until noon and 6-9 MPH winds out of the West in the afternoon. Ther air temp tops out at 62 degrees and there’s a 30% chance of rain.
For Friday morning we’ll get a swell with a little more street cred as a more punchy NW ground swell moves in from a 300 degree angle with healthy, 17-18 second intervals. The exposed West facing breaks should see chest to shoulder high sets with some larger waves at the better winter spots.
2019-03-01 Fri 03:22 AM Moonrise
2019-03-01 Fri 05:59 AM 4.91 feet High Tide
2019-03-01 Fri 06:22 AM Sunrise
2019-03-01 Fri 01:15 PM -0.25 feet Low Tide
2019-03-01 Fri 01:38 PM Moonset
2019-03-01 Fri 05:50 PM Sunset
2019-03-01 Fri 07:56 PM 3.71 feet High Tide
The conditions should be okay with 1-5 MPH Westerly breezes until noon and 6-9 MPH winds out of the West in the afternoon. Ther air temp holds at 62 degrees.
For Saturday morning the surf will continue to deliver NW ground swell. The angle will remain right around 300 degrees and the intervals should decrease to 15-16 second intervals. The better West facing breaks should get chest to shoulder high waves in the AM and that energy will decrease through the day.
2019-03-02 Sat 12:45 AM 2.20 feet Low Tide
2019-03-02 Sat 04:08 AM Moonrise
2019-03-02 Sat 06:21 AM Sunrise
2019-03-02 Sat 06:43 AM 5.10 feet High Tide
2019-03-02 Sat 01:48 PM -0.40 feet Low Tide
2019-03-02 Sat 02:30 PM Moonset
2019-03-02 Sat 05:51 PM Sunset
2019-03-02 Sat 08:20 PM 3.86 feet High Tide
The conditions should be fair with variable breezes in the 1-5 MPH zone all day long. The air temp tops out at 60 degrees and there’s a 50% chance of rain.
For Sunday morning we’ll see the tailend of that NW energy with leftovers in the waist high + zone early and the surf will continue to decline through the day.
2019-03-03 Sun 01:20 AM 1.94 feet Low Tide
2019-03-03 Sun 04:50 AM Moonrise
2019-03-03 Sun 06:20 AM Sunrise
2019-03-03 Sun 07:20 AM 5.26 feet High Tide
2019-03-03 Sun 02:16 PM -0.47 feet Low Tide
2019-03-03 Sun 03:23 PM Moonset
2019-03-03 Sun 05:51 PM Sunset
2019-03-03 Sun 08:41 PM 3.99 feet High Tide
The conditions should be decent with variable, 1-5 MPH breezes until noon and then 9-12 MPH out of the West in the afternoon. The air temp tops out at 62 degrees and there’s a 20% chance of rain.
Water temps are as follows, (day of 4CAST update) and are as follows: Malibu 55 Santa Monica 57 South Bay 57, Huntington 55, Newport 55.
The next 4CAST will be posted on Thursday!
Water temps are as follows, (day of 4CAST update) and are as follows: Malibu 56 Santa Monica 58 South Bay 57, Huntington 58, Newport 58.
The next 4CAST will be posted on Thursday!
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