SURF FORECAST UPDATED TUESDAY 10-30-12
HURRICANE REPORT – There’s a little disturbance off of Mainland Mexico this morning with a medium chance of developing into a Tropical Storm… stay tuned.
Wednesday morning looks to be a hair smaller with waist high plus sets out of the West from a 290 degree angle with 10-12 second intervals.
10/31 Wed 03:50 AM 2.15 L
10/31 Wed 10:02 AM 5.81 H
10/31 Wed 05:11 PM 0.05 L
10/31 Wed 11:39 PM 3.73 H
The conditions should be fair, (barring that fog bank), as the high pressure eases slightly but generates mild winds in the 1-4 MPH zone until noon and afternoon onshores up into the 8-10 MPH range. Look for a high air temp of 65 degrees.
Thursday morning should see a slight bump in size with 12-14 second intervla energy, from a 280-290 degree angle puts the better West facing breaks into the waist to stomach high range.
11/01 Thu 04:15 AM 2.38 L
11/01 Thu 10:30 AM 5.64 H
11/01 Thu 05:49 PM 0.21 L
The conditions look good with variable winds out of the East in the 2-6 MPH zone until noon and light Westerly winds to 8 into the afternoon. Look for a high air temp of 68 degrees on the sand.
For Friday morning should see more of the same as that NW energy continues to generate some fun little, waist to stomach high sets for the most exposed breaks.
11/02 Fri 12:26 AM 3.52 H
11/02 Fri 04:42 AM 2.62 L
11/02 Fri 11:01 AM 5.4 H
11/02 Fri 06:32 PM 0.43 L
The conditions look fair with light and variable breezes in the 1- 4 MPH zone until noon and afternoon onshores up into the 8-10 MPH range. Look for a high air temp of 77 degrees.
Saturday morning looks to be smaller with just waist high sets for the top spots. Too bad, it looks like we’ll have some nice weather and Santa Ana like conditions.
11/03 Sat 01:25 AM 3.37 H
11/03 Sat 05:12 AM 2.86 L
11/03 Sat 11:36 AM 5.1 H
11/03 Sat 07:22 PM 0.65 L
The conditions look great with NE winds in the 2-6 MPH zone until noon and afternoon onshores up into the 6-8 MPH range. Look for a high air temp of 75 degrees.
Sunday morning looks no better as perfect conditions are wasted with smallish knee to waist high background swell.
11/04 Sun 01:45 AM 3.33 H
11/04 Sun 04:54 AM 3.11 L
11/04 Sun 11:20 AM 4.75 H
11/04 Sun 07:20 PM 0.84 L
The conditions don’t look really nice as the high pressure strengthens and kicks up NE winds in the 7-12 MPH zone until 1PM and afternoon onshores up into the 10-13 MPH range. Look for a high air temp of 80 degrees.
The current water temps are as follows – Newport 63 degrees, Huntington 66 degrees, the South Bay showed as 65 degrees, Santa Monica 64 degrees and Malibu 60 degrees.
I’ll be back on Wednesday with the next update.