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4-6ft
med-period swell
Partly Cloudy
61
61
updated 5 minutes ago
Current Local Time:
Mon, April 21 12:06 am
Swell Conditions:

4-6 feet with a dominant S med-period swell.

Primary Swell:

3ft 15.4 seconds 180 degrees (S)

Secondary Swell:

1.6ft 9.9 seconds 225 degrees (SW)

Tide:

4.4 ft. and rising rising

Current Weather:

61°F and Partly Cloudy with Glassy-onshore (SW) winds at 0 MPH

Distance to Weather Station:3 miles 

First Light: 6:24 am Sunrise: 6:45 am | Sunset: 6:54 pm Last Light: 7:16 pm
Tides: 01:51 am (4.69ft) 09:34 am (0ft) 04:38 pm (3.41ft) 09:18 pm (2.49ft)

North Orange County
Surf Forecast Overview

3-5+ft
Summary:
A large, but very steep lump of new NW swell (290-320) will peak through the day on Monday. Most of this energy will slip past the average Socal breaks, but some will bend in around the corner and mix with our steady S-SW swells (180-210). Expect combo spots to have more consistency and size than other areas...but good S facing spots will be fun as well.
view North Orange County 5-day surf forecast

Prospect St. Newport
Weather Forecast

Patchy Fog
Tonight:
Patchy fog after 11pm. Otherwise, partly cloudy early, then becoming cloudy, with a low around 55. Southwest wind around 5 mph becoming southeast after midnight.
Monday:
Patchy fog before 11am. Otherwise, cloudy, then gradually becoming mostly sunny, with a high near 65. Light south wind becoming southwest 5 to 10 mph in the afternoon. view 7-day weather forecast


Prospect St. Newport Spot Details

Quality:
fair to great
Crowds:
Most of the year it is not a problem, but during big combo swell and the summer months it can get a little claustrophobic.
Season:
Summer, Fall, and Winter can all be equally great. Fall is the most consistent.
Bottom:
Shifting sandbars.
Best Swell Direction:
SE-SW (160-210+) and W-NW (260-290)
Best Wind Direction:
N-NE-E, light-moderate Santa Ana winds are the best.
Best Tide:
Closer to the low tide when the tide is pushing in. High tides over 4-5 feet cause it to get a bit b

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