Blackies South Peak
Current Conditions

*Peak Swell Height this Week:

med-period swell
Partly Cloudy
updated 11 minutes ago
Current Local Time:
Wed, July 30 10:13 am
Swell Conditions:

1+ feet with a dominant S wind swell.

Primary Swell:

2ft 13.3 seconds 180 degrees (S)

Secondary Swell:

2.3ft 9.9 seconds 180 degrees (S)


3.71 ft. and rising rising

Current Weather:

72°F and Partly Cloudy with Textured-onshore (West) winds at 9 MPH

Distance to Weather Station:1 miles 

First Light: 6:31 am Sunrise: 6:53 am | Sunset: 7:02 pm Last Light: 7:24 pm
Tides: 05:49 am (0.39ft) 12:19 pm (4.4ft) 05:50 pm (1.97ft) 11:43 pm (4.72ft)

North Orange County
Surf Forecast Overview

Most areas will see a holding mix of S-SW energy along with some new long-period SW swell (180-220) and some building local NW windswell (290-300) on Wednesday. Select spots will also see peaking tropical SE swell (160-170) holding through the morning but then beginning to weaken pretty quickly by the afternoon...it will be a bit too steeply angled for most of Socal, but it will be a nice boost for the few beaches that can pull it in.
view North Orange County 5-day surf forecast

Blackies South Peak
Weather Forecast

Mostly Sunny
Mostly sunny, with a high near 74. Southwest wind 5 to 10 mph.
Patchy fog after 11pm. Otherwise, partly cloudy, with a low around 65. West wind 5 to 10 mph becoming south after midnight. view 7-day weather forecast

Blackies South Peak Spot Details

mellow most days but can get good on the right swell
Yeah most of the time there is a crowd. You can still get a few waves if you are patient but expect
Fall, Winter and early Spring. It is usually more consistent in the winter but cleaner in the fall.
Best Swell Direction:
Short-medium period W swell (260-280) and a touch of S swell.
Best Wind Direction:
N-NE-E, light-moderate Santa Ana winds are the best.
Best Tide:
lower tides are better

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