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New SW Swell Coming

According to Surfline, "Modest scale SW swell gradually picks up over the weekend, as little NW windswell lingers."

Sunday, August 9th: Small SW swell peaks, little NW windswell hangs on and some new S swell starts to show, for 2-3 surf, some better sets at top spots. AM winds are light. .
Modest scale SW swell tops out, as smaller NW windswell persists, and a fresh, long-period begins to join in, with knee-waist high waves at breaks with a good SW view. SW challenged areas get the smallest surf, mainly in the 1-2′ zone. Morning winds are mainly light/variable to light onshore (possibility for some light surface bump), then light+ to locally moderate onshore flow develops for the afternoon.

Monday, August 10th: New S/SSW swell builds for 3-5’+ surf in PM, leftover NW windswell mixes in. Light wind in the AM..
SSW trending S swell (195-180) is trending up all day with waist-shoulder high+ surf building through the morning — longer-period focal points should see some larger sets through the morning hours, inconsistent overall, but likely up to head high or so. Chest-head high sets show more frequently through the afternoon. Calm to light onshore winds early — generally clean conditions early but some spots may see a touch of surface bump. Winds are trending light+ onshore through the morning from the W. Light+ to locally moderate onshore winds pick up for the afternoon adding bump/texture at most spots.


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