Surf Forecast

September 22, 2010


We should see continued northwesterly wind swell, but the northwesterly ground swell should fade. No southern hemisphere is due around this time, so south-facing breaks are looking weaker. All breaks are looking at waist-high sets, though smaller around south-facing spots.


Surf looks smaller, knee- to waist-high most everywhere.


Saturday looks weak for south-facing breaks. West-facing breaks can expect infrequent northwest waves in the waist-high-plus zone, but for the most part, not much swell is expected anywhere in Southern California.



We should see the first signs of the Tasman Sea swell. Infrequent waves in the waist-high-plus zone are expected with 18-second periods.


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