SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA SURF FORECAST UPDATED on 6-18-2019
For Wednesday morning we will see that swell will dip into the waist to maybe chest high zone for the most exposed South facing spots. The swell angle will continue to roll in from 210-220 degrees and the intervals will dip to 14 seconds.
2019-06-19 Wed 05:42 AM Sunrise
2019-06-19 Wed 05:49 AM -0.68 feet Low Tide
2019-06-19 Wed 07:45 AM Moonset
2019-06-19 Wed 12:32 PM 3.65 feet High Tide
2019-06-19 Wed 04:47 PM 2.56 feet Low Tide
2019-06-19 Wed 08:08 PM Sunset
2019-06-19 Wed 10:19 PM Moonrise
2019-06-19 Wed 11:00 PM 5.66 feet High Tide
The conditions look okay with 1-4 MPH winds out of the S/SW until 10:00AM and then 5-10 MPH out of the West in the afternoon. The air temp holds at 68 degrees and there’s a 10% chance of rain.
For Thursday morning we will see that swell will fall off into the waist high range but reinforcement energy will start to filter in later in the day. The new swell angle will move in from 200 degrees with 18-19 second intervals.
2019-06-20 Thu 05:42 AM Sunrise
2019-06-20 Thu 06:29 AM -0.41 feet Low Tide
2019-06-20 Thu 08:40 AM Moonset
2019-06-20 Thu 01:20 PM 3.61 feet High Tide
2019-06-20 Thu 05:28 PM 2.73 feet Low Tide
2019-06-20 Thu 08:08 PM Sunset
2019-06-20 Thu 11:00 PM Moonrise
2019-06-20 Thu 11:36 PM 5.27 feet High Tide
The conditions look okay with 3-5 MPH winds out of the S/SW until 10:00AM and then 6-10 MPH out of the West in the afternoon. The air temp tops out 69 degrees and there’s a 10% chance of rain.
For Friday morning we will see that new swell come into play and deliver waist to chest high waves for the better South facing facing beaches. The angle will remain right around 195-200 degrees and the intervals will dip to 17 seconds.
It looks line some short, 8-10 second interval NW swell will enter the fold from a steep 300-305 degree angle and should be good for waist to chest high wind peaks.
2019-06-21 Fri 05:43 AM Sunrise
2019-06-21 Fri 07:10 AM -0.09 feet Low Tide
2019-06-21 Fri 09:36 AM Moonset
2019-06-21 Fri 02:12 PM 3.61 feet High Tide
2019-06-21 Fri 06:18 PM 2.89 feet Low Tide
2019-06-21 Fri 08:08 PM Sunset
2019-06-21 Fri 11:36 PM Moonrise
The conditions look about the same with 2-5 MPH winds out of the S/SW until 10:00AM and then 6-10 MPH out of the West in the afternoon. The air temp tops out 68 degrees and there’s a 10% chance of rain.
For Saturday morning we will see a combo of dying SW energy from 195-200 degrees and continued short 8-10 second interval NW wind swell from 305-310 degrees. The better spots should cough up waist to chest high waves with the exposed spots, (both South and West facing beaches).
2019-06-22 Sat 12:16 AM 4.83 feet High Tide
2019-06-22 Sat 05:43 AM Sunrise
2019-06-22 Sat 07:52 AM 0.25 feet Low Tide
2019-06-22 Sat 10:31 AM Moonset
2019-06-22 Sat 03:06 PM 3.69 feet High Tide
2019-06-22 Sat 07:25 PM 3.01 feet Low Tide
2019-06-22 Sat 08:08 PM Sunset
The conditions look okay with 2-4 MPH winds out of the S/SW until 10:00AM and then 7-12 MPH out of the West in the afternoon. The air temp tops out 70 degrees and there’s a 10% chance of rain.
For Sunday morning we will see all swell back down into the knee to waist high + zone.
2019-06-23 Sun 12:09 AM Moonrise
2019-06-23 Sun 01:01 AM 4.35 feet High Tide
2019-06-23 Sun 05:43 AM Sunrise
2019-06-23 Sun 08:37 AM 0.58 feet Low Tide
2019-06-23 Sun 11:26 AM Moonset
2019-06-23 Sun 03:59 PM 3.85 feet High Tide
2019-06-23 Sun 08:08 PM Sunset
2019-06-23 Sun 08:56 PM 2.98 feet Low Tide
The conditions look okay with 1-5 MPH variable winds out of the South until 11:00AM and then 6-10 MPH out of the West in the afternoon. The air temp tops out 70 degrees and there’s a 10% chance of rain.
Water temps are as follows, (day of 4CAST update) and are as follows: Malibu 64 Santa Monica 65 South Bay 66, Huntington 64, Newport 67.
The next 4Cast will be updated on Tuesday.
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