HURRICANE WATCH:There are currently no organized tropical systems across the eastern Pacific Ocean and tropical development is not expected through the course of the week. The next threat for development may not come until early next week, well away from the southwestern coast of Mexico.

For Wednesday morning we’ll see continued small, waist high SW energy from that same 205 degree angle with 14-15 second intervals. The more exciting news is that we’re slated a slight pick up in short interval NW wind swell from 300 degrees with 10 second intervals. The better West facing beaches should dish up some waist to possibly chest high peaks.

2019-10-09 Wed 01:47 AM 0.40 feet Low Tide
2019-10-09 Wed 03:00 AM Moonset
2019-10-09 Wed 06:54 AM Sunrise
2019-10-09 Wed 08:18 AM 4.68 feet High Tide
2019-10-09 Wed 01:55 PM 1.98 feet Low Tide
2019-10-09 Wed 04:47 PM Moonrise
2019-10-09 Wed 06:27 PM Sunset
2019-10-09 Wed 07:45 PM 5.08 feet High Tide

The conditions should be good for that spots that like a South wind with 3-5 MPH breezes out of the S/SE/SSE until noon and 6-10 MPH out of the SW in the afternoon. The air temp tops out at 70 degrees.

For Thursday morning we’ll see that already small SW on it’s last legs with some waist high sets in the AM and continued NW wind swell in the waist to chest high zone for the exposed West facing beaches.

2019-10-10 Thu 02:17 AM 0.44 feet Low Tide
2019-10-10 Thu 03:55 AM Moonset
2019-10-10 Thu 06:55 AM Sunrise
2019-10-10 Thu 08:39 AM 4.86 feet High Tide
2019-10-10 Thu 02:25 PM 1.61 feet Low Tide
2019-10-10 Thu 05:18 PM Moonrise
2019-10-10 Thu 06:26 PM Sunset
2019-10-10 Thu 08:20 PM 5.14 feet High Tide

The conditions look excellent with our first real Santa Ana wind event and although short lived it will be heat things up quickly and promote stiff offshore breezes. We are slated to see 7-18 MPH winds all day long with some even stronger gusts below passes and canyons. Looks like some serious fire danger so you canyon dwellers better stay on your toes. The air temp jumps up to 78 degrees.

For Friday morning we’ll see smallish, short interval, knee to waist high surf out of the NW but continued great conditions.

2019-10-11 Fri 02:42 AM 0.55 feet Low Tide
2019-10-11 Fri 04:50 AM Moonset
2019-10-11 Fri 06:55 AM Sunrise
2019-10-11 Fri 08:58 AM 5.04 feet High Tide
2019-10-11 Fri 02:54 PM 1.27 feet Low Tide
2019-10-11 Fri 05:47 PM Moonrise
2019-10-11 Fri 06:25 PM Sunset
2019-10-11 Fri 08:53 PM 5.12 feet High Tide

The conditions look great again with 1-7 MPH N/NNE breezes until noon, (stronger below passes and canyons), and then mild S/SW winds at 2-6 MPH in the afternoon. The air temp soars to 79 degrees.

For Saturday morning we’ll see lackluster leftovers on the knee to waist high zone.

2019-10-12 Sat 03:05 AM 0.70 feet Low Tide
2019-10-12 Sat 05:44 AM Moonset
2019-10-12 Sat 06:56 AM Sunrise
2019-10-12 Sat 09:17 AM 5.22 feet High Tide
2019-10-12 Sat 03:23 PM 0.98 feet Low Tide
2019-10-12 Sat 06:16 PM Moonrise
2019-10-12 Sat 06:23 PM Sunset
2019-10-12 Sat 09:26 PM 5.02 feet High Tide

The conditions look good again with 1-7 MPH N/NNE winds until noon and 5-9 MPH from the SW in the afternoon. The air temp tops holds at 79 degrees.

For Sunday morning we will see no change with continued knee to waist high surf everywhere.

2019-10-13 Sun 03:28 AM 0.90 feet Low Tide
2019-10-13 Sun 06:39 AM Moonset
2019-10-13 Sun 06:57 AM Sunrise
2019-10-13 Sun 09:37 AM 5.39 feet High Tide
2019-10-13 Sun 02:10 PM Full Moon
2019-10-13 Sun 03:54 PM 0.75 feet Low Tide
2019-10-13 Sun 06:22 PM Sunset
2019-10-13 Sun 06:44 PM Moonrise
2019-10-13 Sun 09:58 PM 4.84 feet High Tide

The conditions look okay with 1-4 MPH variable winds until noon and 6-8 MPH from the SW in the afternoon. The air temp tops out at 76 degrees.

Water temps are as follows, (day of 4CAST update), Malibu 64 Santa Monica 68 South Bay 69, Huntington 67, Newport 67.

The next 4Cast will be updated on Thursday afternoon.

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