For Saturday morning we’ll see an increase in size out of the NW as a fresh batch of ground swell moves in from 290-300 degrees with 15-16 second intervals. The better West facing beaches should see chest to shoulder high + sets.

2019-01-26 Sat 01:33 AM 4.69 feet High Tide
2019-01-26 Sat 06:54 AM Sunrise
2019-01-26 Sat 07:38 AM 1.60 feet Low Tide
2019-01-26 Sat 10:51 AM Moonset
2019-01-26 Sat 01:16 PM 3.94 feet High Tide
2019-01-26 Sat 05:18 PM Sunset
2019-01-26 Sat 07:37 PM 0.75 feet Low Tide
2019-01-26 Sat 11:47 PM Moonrise

The conditions look to mirror those of Friday with breezes out of the NE/NNE at 3-8 MPH all day long, (stronger below the passes and canyons). The air temp tops out at 72 degrees.

For Sunday morning we’ll see smaller NW ground swell from that 290-295 degree angle with 14 second intervals. The surf should be in the waist to chest high range, (for the exposed, West facing beaches), in the AM and get smaller moving into the afternoon.

2019-01-27 Sun 02:32 AM 4.80 feet High Tide
2019-01-27 Sun 06:54 AM Sunrise
2019-01-27 Sun 09:15 AM 1.39 feet Low Tide
2019-01-27 Sun 11:26 AM Moonset
2019-01-27 Sun 01:12 PM Last Quarter
2019-01-27 Sun 02:52 PM 3.26 feet High Tide
2019-01-27 Sun 05:19 PM Sunset
2019-01-27 Sun 08:35 PM 1.39 feet Low Tide

The conditions look okay again with variable breezes in the 2-5 MPH zone until noon and 7-9 MPH in the afternoon. The air temp tops out at 71 degrees.

For Monday morning we’ll see another little swell roll in from the NW with 14-16 second intervals from a 290-295 degree angle. The better West facing breaks should see waist to chest high + sets.

2019-01-28 Mon 12:48 AM Moonrise
2019-01-28 Mon 03:35 AM 4.94 feet High Tide
2019-01-28 Mon 06:53 AM Sunrise
2019-01-28 Mon 10:48 AM 0.93 feet Low Tide
2019-01-28 Mon 12:02 PM Moonset
2019-01-28 Mon 04:49 PM 3.01 feet High Tide
2019-01-28 Mon 05:20 PM Sunset
2019-01-28 Mon 09:43 PM 1.87 feet Low Tide

The conditions should be pretty good all day with variable winds in the 1-5 MPH zone all day long. The air temp tops out at 66 degrees.

For Tuesday morning the surf will already be on the decline with the swell continuing to move in from 290-295 degree angle with 14 second intervals. The best West facing beaches will dip into the waist to possibly chest high range.

2019-01-29 Tue 01:48 AM Moonrise
2019-01-29 Tue 04:35 AM 5.12 feet High Tide
2019-01-29 Tue 06:52 AM Sunrise
2019-01-29 Tue 12:00 PM 0.39 feet Low Tide
2019-01-29 Tue 12:39 PM Moonset
2019-01-29 Tue 05:21 PM Sunset
2019-01-29 Tue 06:25 PM 3.14 feet High Tide
2019-01-29 Tue 10:54 PM 2.16 feet Low Tide

The conditions look okay again with variable 2-5 MPH breezes all day long. The air temp tops out at 68 degrees.

Water temps are as follows, (day of 4CAST update) and are as follows: Malibu 56 Santa Monica 59 South Bay 58, Huntington 57, Newport 60.

The next 4CAST will be posted on Sunday!

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