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NW winds add a little size over the weekend, with a better blend of combo swell next week

NW winds add a little size over the weekend, with a better blend of combo swell next week

Short Range Surf Forecast Overview We’re looking at a slow start to the weekend, although we should see an increase in windswell late Saturday into Sunday.  Later Sunday things are going to start to turn around… kinda.  A trend of overlapping combo swells is going to become entangled in a run of what could become [...]

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Kind of a slower week ahead of us, but still surfable size

Kind of a slower week ahead of us, but still surfable size

Short Range Surf Forecast Overview Kind of a quiet week, swellwise.  A series of overlapping WNW-NW (280-310) swells will blend with small windswell through the week and upcoming weekend.  Looks like peak surf days will be Mon/Tues and Thurs with standouts running waist to head high+ with a few bigger sets farther the north.  S.hemi [...]

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Wave heights peak Friday, easing through the weekend.

Wave heights peak Friday, easing through the weekend.

Short Range Surf Forecast Overview S-SSW (180-200) will build to a peak today as WNW-NW energy picks up.  Windswell will follow this weekend as low pressure exits to the east.  More medium to long-period energy expected early next week from the North Pacific. Read more for details. To view the details of your local region [...]

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Better southern hemi due for the end of the week, with a little combo on top of it.

Better southern hemi due for the end of the week, with a little combo on top of it.

Short Range Surf Forecast Overview NW winds are going to kick up some windswell Tuesday.  most of it will be pretty steep, but S-SW exposures should still be picking up some of the small SW (200-220) energy in the water until a better S-SSW (180-200) arrives midweek.  Read more for details. To view the details [...]

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current swells ease this weekend, with a little more due next week.

current swells ease this weekend, with a little more due next week.

Short Range Surf Forecast Overview Not too much as far as exciting news goes for the short-range forecast.  We’re mostly looking at easing WNW-NW and southern hemi swell mix through the start of the weekend.  There will be some overlapping pulses of S-SW (180-200) swell energy trickling in over the weekend and early next week. [...]

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s.hemi eases as new WNW-NW builds midweek

s.hemi eases as new WNW-NW builds midweek

Short Range Surf Forecast Overview Solid southern hemi swell that brought some crazy size to Central California’s summer spots should continue to bring plenty of surf through the middle of the week.  Size will be easing, but many standout breaks should continue to see at least chest to overhead+ surf for the next couple of [...]

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slow start to the weekend but SOUTHERN HEMI!

slow start to the weekend but SOUTHERN HEMI!

Short Range Surf Forecast Overview The WNW-NW (290-320) swell mix from midweek is going to ease slowly through the weekend… nothing too exciting there.  BUT! and a big but it is… there will be a new-extremely-long-period S-SSW (180-200) swell combo blend building.  We’re going to see some solid surf at better summer spots and even [...]

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more mixed spring swell, with big S-SSW on the way

more mixed spring swell, with big S-SSW on the way

Short Range Surf Forecast Overview More WNW-NW (290-320) mixed swell picks up midweek, as a dry cold front passes through the region.  As that energy starts to ease later in the week we’re going to start looking out towards a more solid run of S-SSW (180-200) energy that arrives late Friday and builds through the [...]

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Springtime swell continues through the weekend and next week. S.Hemi looks hungry

Springtime swell continues through the weekend and next week.  S.Hemi looks hungry

Short Range Surf Forecast Overview We’re very much in the middle of spring right now, and even if you weren’t experiencing it first hand you could tell by looking at the swell charts.  A series of WNW-NW (290-320) swells and additional windswell continue to overlap maintaining varying degrees of short-medium period energy in the water [...]

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more WNW-NW picks up midweek, but winds are supposed to be onshore

more WNW-NW picks up midweek, but winds are supposed to be onshore

Short Range Surf Forecast Overview Kind of a mellow start to the week, but its going to pick up as the blend of WNW-NW (280-320) gets an extra shot of adrenaline midweek.  The extra energy should mean more consistency in the moderate to plus sized range through the second half of the workweek before backing [...]

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