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New Years Surf Forecast

"2020 Starts With a Bang!"

Well that's what Surfline is claiming. "Large shot of northwest swell builds in and peaks for the West Coast mid-late week. Conditions are a little dicey, but the mornings look mostly clean with light winds."

Wednesday, January 1st: 3-4’+ average breaks, 4-6′ at winter standouts. Favorable winds.

Steep NW swell (295+) holds pretty steadily early, easing in the afternoon as new long period WNW swell (285-300; peak direction 290-295) builds in. Size generally holds from late Tuesday with better exposures in the waist-shoulder high range as top winter spots of southern Ventura, the South Bay, and South SD see sets pushing overhead. The fresh, long period WNW swell should level size off through the afternoon, the bulk of the new swell building in after dark. Variable to light offshore easterly wind early trends light southerly midday before dropping off in the afternoon.

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