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Surf Forecast

September 22, 2010

TODAY

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.

FRIDAY

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

SATURDAY

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.

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SUNDAY

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.

—From wetsand.com

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