Finally, we get some solid winter swell energy unloading at our W/NW Exposed reefs and beaches!
December 12, 2014
By Chris Racan
Over the past few days we have seen some solid energy from a NPAC storm system that passed our swell window a few days ago...Weekend Outlook.
|Cardiff By The Sea, Winter Swell|
Friday-Sunday(12/12 - 12/14) will offer up a mixture of size and conditions as our local storm system clears out leaving the new W/WNW swell close on it's heals. The best size and conditions will be Saturday morning if you knew where to be. Beach breaks will be hollow and closed out with the mid-long period swell. reefs will be the best shape/size with the morning offshore winds. Sunday will still have plenty of swell leftovers and as the period falls off a bit we could see some better conditions at the beach breaks.
Short-Range Forecast - Week of December 15th 2014
Look for waves to continue to be solid all week next week. We may see a slight drop off Monday before our next swell fills in more on Tuesday. Will actually be a much needed rest day for our noodle arms after this current swell.
|Swell model forecast, as of 12/12/2014|
Long-Range Forecast - End of Month, December 2014
NPAC is busy spinning up some nice storms which will send us some decent energy by mid-week next week and keep swell back to back lined up through at least the end of the month.
THERE'S A BIG ONE OUT THE BACK! Christmas Swell 2014!
Check out the forecast...If the swell models hold true we will be looking at a solid swell producing storm to enter our swell window by next weekend and holding a really nice direction pushing right at So Cal for 5-7 days straight! LOOK OUT LA JOLLA COVE!! Merry Christmas to all if this holds true sending us a SOLID Christmas swell 2014. Fingers crossed!
As always, stay tuned for more updates and stay Stoked!