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Tomorrow’s Surf Report

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New storm front approaches the coast on Wednesday bringing bigger waves to the exposed spots but also increasingly bad weather with the new swell.

Wednesday will start off with mostly leftover WNW-NW/S-SSW swell generating the morning’s surf. A new round of W-WNW stormswell (280-295) will begin to fill in as we move through the day. This new swell will begin to hit Santa Barbara, Ventura, and LA County earlier in the day, while OC and SD see it begin to fill in a few hours later. Look for all of our spots to see bigger surf heights by sundown, with larger surf arriving overnight into Thursday.

Cloudy skies and increasing onshore winds will begin to move in around mid-morning, but depending on how fast the front is moving, we may still see some semi-manageable wind conditions around sunrise. Early morning winds are forecast to blow mostly out of the S-SE for the northerly counties while OC and San Diego see mostly light/variable flow. All early winds look to start around 2-4 mph with a few stronger gusts moving in as the front approaches. Once the storm begins to move over the region we will see winds shift onshore out of the SSW-SW around 10-15 mph with the potential for stronger gusts by late in the day.

Ventura

SURF: 2-3’ (with 4’+ sets arriving near sundown)

SWELL: Slowly building W-WNW stormswell

WIND:  S-SE 2-4 mph

WATER: 57°

Los Angeles

NORTH LA SURF: 1-3’

LA SOUTH BAY SURF: 2-3 (with 4’+ sets arriving near sundown)

SWELL: Slowly building W-WNW stormswell

WIND:  S-SE 2-4 mph

WATER: 58°

Orange County

SURF: 2-3’ (with 4’ sets arriving near sundown)

SWELL: Slowly building W-WNW stormswell

WIND:  Light/Variable-ESE winds 0-3 mph

WATER: 58°