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W-WNW swell builds through the weekend

W-WNW swell builds through the weekend

Short Range Surf Forecast Overview The blend of W-WNW (270-295) from Typhoon Atsani continues to pile on through the weekend, with a bigger pulse arriving Sunday.  There will be some additional southern hemi energy arriving Friday as well, peaking through the weekend.  Next week will start off with leftover W-WNW and SSW energy being overlapped [...]

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Gradually building swell from the NPac this week

Gradually building swell from the NPac this week

Short Range Surf Forecast Overview We’re going to get a little extra WNW/NW increase through midweek with some long-period typhoon swell from the W (265-275) starts to trickle in starting Tuesday.  Things don’t really start to pick up though until the second half of the week when the series of W-WNW (270-295) from Typhoon Atsani [...]

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Long-range forecast is looking a bit more exciting!

Long-range forecast is looking a bit more exciting!

Short Range Surf Forecast Overview There will be a little bit of  WNW (285-300) and S-SW (170-210) energy in the water through the start of the weekend, with a little more SW (210-220) in the mix, but mostly we’re looking at windswell over the next few days and not much of it at that.  Late [...]

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Small swell mix through most of the week. Forecast looks better

Small swell mix through most of the week.  Forecast looks better

Short Range Surf Forecast Overview Windswell eases a little bit through midweek, with a very small blend of s.hemi in the water to keep the occasional ridable wave rolling through.  A little extra SSW could help consistency through the second half of the week.  Windswell picks up briefly Friday/Saturday with a little pulse of WNW [...]

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Tropics show some interesting posibilites for the near future.

Tropics show some interesting posibilites for the near future.

Short Range Surf Forecast Overview Not too much excitement through mid-next week unfortunately unless you enjoy warm weather and windswell…  Windswell picks up for the weekend, while the small mix of southern hemi swell continues with only small fluctuations in size Things could change though.  Forecast models are toying with the idea of some tropical [...]

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This is going to be an agonizingly slow week. Just a heads up…

This is going to be an agonizingly slow week.  Just a heads up…

Short Range Surf Forecast Overview Summertime blues are about to set in, at least through the work week.  Weak windswell backs off more over the next couple days and there’s a super small blend of s.hemi background energy.  NW windswell picks up again on Friday, but there isn’t much to get excited about after that. [...]

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S.hemi mix slowly eases through weekend as windswell peaks. small start to next week

S.hemi mix slowly eases through weekend as windswell peaks.  small start to next week

Short Range Surf Forecast Overview The run of S-SW (180-220) that’s been bringing in some spotty and sometimes inconsistent waves to the Central California coast is going to start to subside more over the weekend.  Windswell is building a little, and should pick up wave heights for the W-NW exposures through the weekend.  Watching for [...]

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Smaller overlapping swells will keep some surf in the water this week

Smaller overlapping swells will keep some surf in the water this week

Short Range Surf Forecast Overview Leftover SW (215-225) from last week will be replaced by a series of  S-SSW (180-210) pulses that will overlap this week, helping maintain around 2 feet of deepwater swell and playful surf for the most part.  NW windswell is expected to pick up a little bit on Wednesday as well, [...]

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SW eases into the weekend, with small back-up S-SSW through early next week

SW eases into the weekend, with small back-up S-SSW through early next week

Short Range Surf Forecast Overview Kind of a short forecast for you today unfortunately.  We’ve got easing SW (215-225) swell that should continue to back off through the weekend.  We will see a couple smaller S-SSW (180-210) pulses overlapping next week helping to maintain surfable size at standout summer spots through most of next week. [...]

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Windswell eases through midweek as SW energy builds

Windswell eases through midweek as SW energy builds

Short Range Surf Forecast Overview New long-period SW (215-225) arrives started building Monday and should peak Tuesday and Wednesday as windswell from Sunday/Monday eases.  A small SSW (205-210) is due over the upcoming weekend.  Winds are looking lighter this week and we’re in for a stretch of warmer weather, that could turn pretty muggy later [...]

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