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*Updated surfing forecast for Huntington Beach*

SW EASES AS NEW SSW BUILDS WITH ADDITIONAL WINDSWELL SUNDAY AND MONDAY

Forecast Overview

Windswell and new S-SSW pick up over the weekend to help maintain if not boost surf for a few areas.  Conditions continue to look lightest in the morning with increasing texture and bump through the afternoon.

The Swell

SW (215-225) swell will continue to drop through the weekend.  New S-SSW (200-205) long-period (19-20-seconds) energy arrives Saturday and slowly builds through the weekend bringing more surf to those areas that have been sheltered from the SW the past few days.  Windswell starts building through the weekend as well, with the combo energy peaking Monday.

The Surf

Wave heights back off a little bit Saturday with the leftover SW easing and smaller windswell, but increasing W-NW winds over the outer waters and new long-period S-SSW energy showing up mid to late Saturday should mean building wave heights for combo breaks and better summer spots Sunday and Monday.  Wave heights will likely be running knee to chest high Saturday at summer exposures; ankle to waist high at W-NW exposures.  Sunday a slow increase with knee to chest high at standouts, with a few more shoulder-head high sets at better summer spots and combo breaks.  Monday the 3rd is looking the biggest with waist to head high surf at standout summer breaks and combo spots. Winds look lighter in the mornings through the weekend, with typical afternoon sea breeze in the afternoon.  The W-NW exposures might see a bit more bump and chop in the afternoons as winds pick up.  The conditions will become a little more onshore Sunday and Monday so watch for added texture early on.

The Weather

Drier conditions expected over the weekend for the beaches although the monsoonal moisture could still turn into some cumulous clouds in the afternoons.  The increased onshore flow should mean continued overnight low clouds and stratus.  Otherwise mostly sunny to partly cloudy skies through the day.  Winds will be light and onshore early on.  Warming inland will generate a W-SW 10-15 mph sea breeze in the afternoon.  Winds could be stronger in the 10-20 mph range over the Santa Barbara Channel and through the outer waters.

The Skinny

Still some fun surf sticking around through the weekend. The conditions don’t look all that great in the mornings compared to the past couple of days, but it should still be playful and surfable.  Areas that were sheltered from the SW energy will see more swell filling in with the more southerly swell angle as well, and should still be pretty playful/fun in size.

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