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Surf Forecast For The Start Of The Week

According to Surfline, "Fun-zone combo of SW and NW swells to start the week."

Monday, May 18th: 3-4′ at most breaks, 4-6’+ sets at standouts — Light AM onshore wind but manageable.

"Long-period SSW swell (210-195) tops out while WNW-NW swell (285-295) mixes in setting up waist to chest-high zone surf through most exposures. Standouts in Los Angeles pull in shoulder-high+. Winds have been a challenge to forecast over the past few days but looking better today: We expect light SW-to-W onshore wind through the morning, likely putting some surface texture on most regions. However, conditions should still be pretty fun with the combo swell offering fun-zone peaks. Moderate W wind deteriorates conditions by the afternoon."

Tuesday, May 19th: 3-4′ at most breaks, 4-6′ sets at standouts in AM — Lightest wind in the morning.

"Blend of SSW and NW swells slowly begin to ease through the day. Most breaks continue around that waist to chest-high range with standout summer/combo breaks up to shoulder/head-high on sets. We’ll see a diurnal pattern return for North LA through SB with light/variable to weak offshore wind and generally clean conditions in the morning. Moderate W wind picks up throughout the region midday and into the afternoon."

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