San Diego Surf Report

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Surf Zone Forecast
National Weather Service San Diego CA
126 PM PDT Sun Jul 25 2021

CAZ552-261115-
Orange County Coastal Areas-
126 PM PDT Sun Jul 25 2021

...MODERATE RIP CURRENT RISK...

.THIS AFTERNOON THROUGH MONDAY...
Rip Current Risk*.............Moderate.
Surf Height...................2 to 4 feet. Local sets to 5 feet this afternoon.
Thunderstorm Potential........Slight Chance.
Water Temperature.............67 to 74 degrees.
Tides.........................
        Newport Beach.........Low -0.7 feet (MLLW) 05:55 AM PDT.
                              High 4.3 feet (MLLW) 12:23 PM PDT.
                              Low 2.0 feet (MLLW) 05:26 PM PDT.
                              High 5.8 feet (MLLW) 11:32 PM PDT.

Remarks.......................Mixed south swell from 190 degrees and west swell from 280 degrees.

.TUESDAY...
Rip Current Risk*.............Moderate.
Surf Height...................2 to 4 feet.
Thunderstorm Potential........None expected.
Tides.........................
        Newport Beach.........Low -0.2 feet (MLLW) 06:32 AM PDT.
                              High 4.3 feet (MLLW) 01:03 PM PDT.
                              Low 2.1 feet (MLLW) 06:19 PM PDT.
                              High 5.1 feet (MLLW) 11:16 PM PDT.

Remarks.......................Mixed south swell from 190 degrees and west swell from 280 degrees.


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Rip Current Risks:
* Low Risk - Life threatening rip currents are unlikely but still could occur.
* Moderate Risk - Life threatening rip currents are possible.
* High Risk - Life threatening rip currents are likely.

$$


CAZ043-261115-
San Diego County Coastal Areas-
126 PM PDT Sun Jul 25 2021

...MODERATE RIP CURRENT RISK...

.THIS AFTERNOON THROUGH MONDAY...
Rip Current Risk*.............Moderate.
Surf Height...................2 to 4 feet.
Thunderstorm Potential........Slight Chance.
Water Temperature.............69 to 73 degrees.
Tides.........................
        La Jolla..............Low -0.7 feet (MLLW) 05:47 AM PDT.
                              High 4.3 feet (MLLW) 12:17 PM PDT.
                              Low 2.0 feet (MLLW) 05:21 PM PDT.
                              High 5.8 feet (MLLW) 11:25 PM PDT.

Remarks.......................Mixed south swell from 210 degrees and west swell from 280 degrees.

.TUESDAY...
Rip Current Risk*.............Moderate.
Surf Height...................2 to 4 feet.
Thunderstorm Potential........None expected.
Tides.........................
        La Jolla..............Low -0.2 feet (MLLW) 06:25 AM PDT.
                              High 4.4 feet (MLLW) 12:57 PM PDT.
                              Low 2.1 feet (MLLW) 06:14 PM PDT.
                              High 5.1 feet (MLLW) 11:09 PM PDT.

Remarks.......................Mixed south swell from 210 degrees and west swell from 280 degrees.


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Rip Current Risks:
* Low Risk - Life threatening rip currents are unlikely but still could occur.
* Moderate Risk - Life threatening rip currents are possible.
* High Risk - Life threatening rip currents are likely.

$$

Maxwell

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