Tuesday, January 15, 2008

Waves for Wednesday – More Combo Swell fun

Wednesday will be another fun surf day.

We will have a new WNW-NW swell (lets call it 285-300) and some smaller but holding SW swell in the background.

The surf will be very like Tuesday with a touch more size. Average breaks will hold in the waist-chest high range while the good standout combo breaks see some shoulder-head high sets. Best spots in San Diego will have some head high and overhead sets at times.

Conditions will be clean with light offshore winds in the morning. There will be some onshore flow later in the afternoon but it should stay rideable for most of the day.

I think that most local beach breaks are going to be fun…NW facing points and reefs should be pretty good too. The low tide comes through around mid-morning so the surf should be fun for the dawn patrol. If you have time to surf I think you can skip the cam check in the morning and just head down to the beach…make sure you pick a spot with decent exposure to the swell mix if you are looking for bigger waves. Like I said above San Diego will likely be the biggest and most consistent region.

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