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Sunday, June 10, 2007 | Today we have a small mix of SW ground swell and NW wind swell along the California coast. NW and SW pick up over the next couple of days. NW diminishes during the second half of the week. A smidgen of SW is due this coming weekend, but not much else is on the charts at the moment.
Right now, the California Buoy is checking in at 6 feet with 10-second periods. Closer to the coast, the Half Moon Bay buoy is at barely 2 feet with 14-second periods and the Cape San Martin buoy is at 2 feet with 9-second periods.
Overall, NW wind swell periods are averaging 8 seconds from 305 degrees. SW is coming through from 220 with 13-second periods.
In SoCal, wave heights are running knee to waist high most everywhere.
Northern California and the Central Coast are seeing sets running waist to chest high at most west facing breaks, ankle to knee high at south facing spots.
The tide is not much of an issue over the next few days. By the end of the week though we will be seeing a radical tidal swing due to a New Moon that’ll peak on…[more]
Water temperatures are averaging 63 degrees in San Diego, 63 in Orange County, 64 in LA, 59 in Ventura County, 58 in Santa Barbara, 55 along the Central Coast and 50 degrees in NCal.
Winds as of 7:00 this morning were light and variable most everywhere. Afternoon onshores are expected to reach 9-13 mph. Onshore flow continues Monday, so some southerly…[more]
SW and NW pick up Monday, Tuesday…[more]
Light SW due next weekend…[more]
New State of our Surf Report…[more]