Looks like Hurricane Season may be in the rear view mirror! Currently, there are no organized tropical systems in the eastern Pacific basin, and no development is likely for at least the next 5 days.

For Wednesday morning we’ll see yet another pulse of steeply angled South swell. This energy will stick to the blueprint with waist to chest high sets from 175-180 degrees with 15 second intervals.

2018-11-14 Wed 04:16 AM 3.74 feet High Tide
2018-11-14 Wed 06:25 AM Sunrise
2018-11-14 Wed 07:57 AM 3.49 feet Low Tide
2018-11-14 Wed 12:16 PM Moonrise
2018-11-14 Wed 01:08 PM 4.10 feet High Tide
2018-11-14 Wed 04:50 PM Sunset
2018-11-14 Wed 09:15 PM 0.94 feet Low Tide
2018-11-14 Wed 10:58 PM Moonset

The conditions look fantastic in the AM with NE/NNE breezes in the 2-6 MPH range until noon, (stronger below the passes and canyons), and 2-8 MPH out of the SW in the afternoon. The air temp bumps up to 74 degrees.

For Thursday morning we’ll see that South swell on the fade with the strongest surf in the AM. The exposed South facing breaks should see waist high + waves with a couple larger sets in the morning. It will come up the line at the same angle of 175-180 degrees with 13-14 second intervals.

2018-11-15 Thu 05:00 AM 4.01 feet High Tide
2018-11-15 Thu 06:26 AM Sunrise
2018-11-15 Thu 06:54 AM First Quarter
2018-11-15 Thu 10:07 AM 3.21 feet Low Tide
2018-11-15 Thu 12:53 PM Moonrise
2018-11-15 Thu 02:52 PM 3.88 feet High Tide
2018-11-15 Thu 04:50 PM Sunset
2018-11-15 Thu 10:13 PM 0.98 feet Low Tide
2018-11-15 Thu 11:53 PM Moonset

The conditions look good in the AM with NE/NNE breezes at 1-7 MPH until noon and mild 3-6 MPH winds out of the SW in the afternoon. The air temp tops out at 73 degrees.

For Friday morning the tune will change slightly as we see some fresh swell out of the NW move in from 295-300 degrees with 14-16 second intervals. Nothing real impressive, but the top West facing breaks should see chest high + sets with a little pop to them.

2018-11-16 Fri 05:27 AM 4.30 feet High Tide
2018-11-16 Fri 06:27 AM Sunrise
2018-11-16 Fri 11:12 AM 2.72 feet Low Tide
2018-11-16 Fri 01:26 PM Moonrise
2018-11-16 Fri 04:17 PM 3.88 feet High Tide
2018-11-16 Fri 04:49 PM Sunset
2018-11-16 Fri 10:58 PM 0.99 feet Low Tide

The conditions look great again with variable breezes in the 1-5 MPH range all day long. The air temp drops off to 69 degrees.

For Saturday morning we’ll see continued NW energy from that same 295-300 degree angle, (waist to chest high sets), and the intervals will drop off the 14 seconds. This energy will be strongest early, (but we will have to contend with a pretty ripe tide at 5:50AM), then fade away into the afternoon.

2018-11-17 Sat 12:48 AM Moonset
2018-11-17 Sat 05:50 AM 4.61 feet High Tide
2018-11-17 Sat 06:28 AM Sunrise
2018-11-17 Sat 11:54 AM 2.17 feet Low Tide
2018-11-17 Sat 01:59 PM Moonrise
2018-11-17 Sat 04:49 PM Sunset
2018-11-17 Sat 05:20 PM 3.99 feet High Tide
2018-11-17 Sat 11:35 PM 1.01 feet Low Tide

The conditions look pretty damn good again with light and variable breezes at 1-5 MPH all day long. The air temp drops off to 67 degrees.

For Sunday morning we’ll be left with waist high surf for the better West facing beaches and another high tide right around 1st light, so don’t expect much.

The better news is that another little pulse of NW is due to show up for Monday morning. Once again, nothing to really trumpet, but the best spots should see medium interval sets from a Westerly direction of 290 degrees.

2018-11-18 Sun 01:44 AM Moonset
2018-11-18 Sun 06:12 AM 4.94 feet High Tide
2018-11-18 Sun 06:29 AM Sunrise
2018-11-18 Sun 12:29 PM 1.59 feet Low Tide
2018-11-18 Sun 02:30 PM Moonrise
2018-11-18 Sun 04:48 PM Sunset
2018-11-18 Sun 06:11 PM 4.12 feet High Tide

The conditions look about the same with variable breezes at 1-5 MPH all day long. The air temp holds at 67 degrees.

Water temps are as follows, (day of 4CAST update) and are as follows: Malibu 65 Santa Monica 65 South Bay 68, Huntington 60, Newport 66.

The next 4CAST will be posted on Thursday!

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