Solspot Surf Report

wxthrphotoFriday will be a great beach day with some playful S swell, warm beach temps, and finally a little break in the gusty winds. Look for clean conditions for most areas and still a little offshore flow, but nothing like we have had the last couple of days.

Mix of S-SSW energy (180-200) will hold on Friday while a small WNW-NW windswell pulse tries to slip in from our local outer-waters. The Southern Hemi swell will be smaller than earlier in the week, and a bit less consistent, but it will continue to push in some playful sized waves at the average exposed areas with some slightly bigger lines at the top S facing beaches.

Look for clean morning winds on tap for Friday. Our offshore NE-E flow will continue to help keep our ocean smooth and improve wave shape at many of our beaches…however the overall speeds are forecast to drop dramatically overnight, starting us off with NE-E winds around 2-3 mph for most of our beaches and some pockets of light/variable conditions are the more protected beaches. Winds will shift onshore out of the W-WSW around 5-10 mph in the afternoon.

Ventura

SURF: 2-3’

SWELL: Holding S-SSW swell and weak local windswell

WIND:  NE-ENE wind 2-5 mph

WATER: 57°

 

Los Angeles

NORTH LA SURF: 2-3’

LA SOUTH BAY SURF: 2-3’ 

SWELL: Holding S-SSW swell and weak local windswell

WIND:  NE-ENE wind 2-5 mph

WATER: 58°

 

Orange County

SURF: 2-4’ 

SWELL: Holding S-SSW swell and weak local windswell

WIND:  NE-ENE wind 2-5 mph

WATER: 59°