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Solspot Surf Report …

blog picThe windswell drops off fast on Wednesday while the remainder of our NW swell shifts to a steeper more northerly direction, both of which will shave off wave heights as they weaken and become more shadowed. Overall we can still expect a few playful morning waves at the standout NW facing spots along with some rideable but less consistent lines slipping through at the more average breaks. The combination of light morning winds and an early morning tide push will help to keep things a little more fun than as we start the day, but we can expect the building tide and eventual onshore flow to start to tweak shape and consistency as we move past lunch into the afternoon. Photo by Lisa Patrerca

Ventura

SURF: 2-3’+ 

SWELL: Slowly fading WNW swell and background SW-SSW energy

WIND:  NE 5-8 mph

WATER: 60°

 Los Angeles

NORTH LA SURF: 1-2’

LA SOUTH BAY SURF: 2-3’+ 

SWELL: Slowly fading WNW swell and background SW-SSW energy

WIND:  NE 5-8 mph

WATER: 61°

 Orange County

SURF: 2-3’+

SWELL: Slowly fading WNW swell and background SW-SSW energy

WIND:  E-ENE 2-3 mph

WATER: 62°