Xavier is now just a low-level circulation of clouds just off the coast of Mexico and is not expected to redevelop. The last of this system will move away from the coast of Mexico, over the next couple of days before completely dissipating. Rough surf will continue to impact portions of the western coast of Mexico through Tuesday. Otherwise, no additional significant impacts are expected as Xavier continues to dissipate.

In the Central Pacific, there are no organized tropical systems, and no development is expected through at least the end of this week.

For Wednesday morning we’ll see a slight increase out of the NW with a combo of 13-14 second interval from a super steep 310-315 degrees and wind swell peaks which should make for waist to possibly chest high range for the top West facing breaks. The South facing breaks look to pull in knee to waist high + sets from 210-215 degrees and 11-12 second intervals.

2018-11-07 Wed 02:09 AM 1.14 feet Low Tide
2018-11-07 Wed 06:11 AM Moonrise
2018-11-07 Wed 06:18 AM Sunrise
2018-11-07 Wed 08:02 AM New Moon
2018-11-07 Wed 08:24 AM 6.33 feet High Tide
2018-11-07 Wed 03:09 PM -0.40 feet Low Tide
2018-11-07 Wed 04:55 PM Sunset
2018-11-07 Wed 05:24 PM Moonset
2018-11-07 Wed 09:22 PM 4.54 feet High Tide

The conditions look excellent again with variable breezes at 0-3 MPH until noon and 6-9 MPH out of the SW in the afternoon. The air temp holds at 66 degrees.

For Thursday morning all previous swells will be tapering off but the fading combo should deliver up knee to waist high sets up and down the coast.

2018-11-08 Thu 02:40 AM 1.54 feet Low Tide
2018-11-08 Thu 06:19 AM Sunrise
2018-11-08 Thu 07:13 AM Moonrise
2018-11-08 Thu 08:54 AM 6.27 feet High Tide
2018-11-08 Thu 03:49 PM -0.40 feet Low Tide
2018-11-08 Thu 04:55 PM Sunset
2018-11-08 Thu 06:04 PM Moonset
2018-11-08 Thu 10:08 PM 4.25 feet High Tide

The conditions look pretty good again with variable easterly breezes at 1-4 MPH until noon, (stronger below the passes and canyons), and and even stronger offshores later in the afternoon. The air temp bumps up to 71 degrees.

For Friday morning we’ll see knee to waist high surf up and down the coast.

2018-11-09 Fri 03:10 AM 1.94 feet Low Tide
2018-11-09 Fri 06:20 AM Sunrise
2018-11-09 Fri 08:12 AM Moonrise
2018-11-09 Fri 09:24 AM 6.08 feet High Tide
2018-11-09 Fri 04:31 PM -0.26 feet Low Tide
2018-11-09 Fri 04:54 PM Sunset
2018-11-09 Fri 06:46 PM Moonset
2018-11-09 Fri 10:57 PM 3.95 feet High Tide

The conditions look great with NE/NNE breezes in the 7-11 MPH range all day long, (stronger below the passes and canyons). The air temp bumps up to 74 degrees.

For Saturday morning we’ll see some very discriminating, steeply angled South swell roll in from 170 degrees and 18 second intervals. This energy will bypass all but the most exposed spots but place in the San O’ area and the OC breaks should see chest high + sets.

2018-11-10 Sat 03:41 AM 2.34 feet Low Tide
2018-11-10 Sat 06:21 AM Sunrise
2018-11-10 Sat 09:09 AM Moonrise
2018-11-10 Sat 09:55 AM 5.78 feet High Tide
2018-11-10 Sat 04:53 PM Sunset
2018-11-10 Sat 05:14 PM -0.01 feet Low Tide
2018-11-10 Sat 07:31 PM Moonset
2018-11-10 Sat 11:55 PM 3.68 feet High Tide

The conditions look good in the AM with NE/NNE breezes at 2-4 MPH until noon, (stronger below the passes and canyons), and mild 6-7 MPH winds out of the SW in the afternoon. The air temp tops out at 73 degrees.

For Sunday morning that South swell will remain the only show in town and be on the fade quickly. Look for waist to chest high sets at only the most exposed South facing breaks. The angle remains a difficult 170 + degrees.

2018-11-11 Sun 04:11 AM 2.72 feet Low Tide
2018-11-11 Sun 06:22 AM Sunrise
2018-11-11 Sun 10:03 AM Moonrise
2018-11-11 Sun 10:27 AM 5.40 feet High Tide
2018-11-11 Sun 04:52 PM Sunset
2018-11-11 Sun 06:03 PM 0.30 feet Low Tide
2018-11-11 Sun 08:20 PM Moonset

The conditions look great with variable breezes at 1-4 MPH all day long. The air temp dips a hair to 72 degrees.

Water temps are as follows, (day of 4CAST update) and are as follows: Malibu 66 Santa Monica 66 South Bay 68, Huntington 63, Newport 66.

The next 4CAST will be posted on Thursday!

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