Southern Oregon
Wave Heights

Near Shore Wave Height Forecast
*Southern Oregon surf and weather forecast based on State Line

Tonight<br>Mostly clear, with a low around 49. Calm wind.
Saturday NightSaturday Night<br>Mostly clear, with a low around 47. Calm wind.
Sunday Night
Sunday Night<br>Patchy fog after 4am.  Otherwise, mostly clear, with a low around 44. Calm wind.
Monday Night
Monday Night<br>Partly cloudy, with a low around 44.
Tuesday Night
Tuesday Night<br>A chance of rain.  Mostly cloudy, with a low around 47.
Wednesday Night
Wednesday Night<br>Rain likely.  Mostly cloudy, with a low around 47.
Thursday Night
Thursday Night<br>Rain.  Cloudy, with a low around 49.
01AM-1mph from the SSE
04AM-1mph from the NNE
10AM-4mph from the ENE
01PM-3mph from the NE
04PM-3mph from the WNW
10PM-1mph from the SE
01AM-1mph from the E
04AM-1mph from the SSE
10AM-0mph from the N
01PM-1mph from the SW
04PM-3mph from the SW
10PM-1mph from the S
01AM-1mph from the N
04AM-1mph from the N
10AM-1mph from the ESE
01PM-2mph from the SSE
04PM-2mph from the SSE
10PM-3mph from the W
01AM-2mph from the ENE
04AM-2mph from the ENE
10AM-3mph from the ENE
01PM-1mph from the ENE
04PM-1mph from the ENE
10PM-2mph from the NNE
01AM-2mph from the E
04AM-2mph from the E
10AM-3mph from the E
01PM-4mph from the S
04PM-4mph from the S
10PM-4mph from the S
01AM-6mph from the SSE
04AM-6mph from the SSE
10AM-7mph from the SSE
01PM-10mph from the S
04PM-10mph from the S
10PM-10mph from the S
01AM-9mph from the S
04AM-9mph from the S
10AM-14mph from the S
01PM-15mph from the S
04PM-15mph from the S
10PM-18mph from the SSW

How this works

This chart shows you 7-days worth of swell/weather/wind information all in place. You have “incoming swell” (in feet) charted by the blue line on the gray graph. You have the weather icons for each day below the graph and you have the wind, speed and direction represented by the directional arrows topped by a blue “wind strength” indicator.

These nearshore wave height forecasts are custom built for each surf region using an average/above-average indicator break as a focal point. These forecasts aren’t just some knock-off of a generic Wavewatch III spectral point being regurgitated, these are true nearshore forecasts that use proprietary algorithms factoring in things like swell windows, island shadowing, bathymetry data, swell-period travel time, and other critical forecast components that tune the nearshore forecast specifically for your region, giving you a good solid overview of incoming swell, weather and wind, so that you can go out and find the best spot to score.

Southern Oregon Offshore Swell Forecast

How this works

The Offshore Swell Forecast shows you the 7-day forecast starting at the current time and going out from the latest forecast run. Mousing over any part of the graph (any line including the solid shaded area in the background) will pop up a new box near your pointer that shows the DATE/TIME/COMBINED BUOY HEIGHT in the top of the box, and then the specifics of the line you are hovering over like SWELL HEIGHT, SWELL PERIOD, SWELL DIRECTION (both in Simple Compass direction, like Northwest, and specific degrees 308). If you follow the contour of the line you can see hour by hour how that swell behaves over the course of the forecast period.

*Note: clicking on an individual swell in the legend of the chart you can “hide” that data stream making the chart easier to navigate