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Surf Zone Forecast
National Weather Service San Diego CA
145 PM PDT Thu Oct 19 2017

* Swimmers are urged to use caution at all times and stay near lifeguards.
Rip Current Risk categories:
Low: Life threatening rip currents are unlikely but still could occur.
Moderate: Life threatening rip currents are possible.
High: Life threatening rip currents are likely.

CAZ552-201145-
Orange County Coastal Areas-
145 PM PDT Thu Oct 19 2017

...BEACH HAZARDS STATEMENT THROUGH 7 PM SUNDAY...

...HIGH RIP CURRENT RISK...

.THIS AFTERNOON THROUGH FRIDAY...

Surf Height...................3-5 FT with local 6 ft sets lowering to
                              2-4 FT by early Friday morning then rising
                              again late Friday.
Rip Current Risk..............High*.
Water Temp....................65-71 degrees.
Lightning Potential...........None expected.
Tides.........................
        Newport Beach.........Low Tide....1.1 FT at 03:43 AM PDT.
                              High Tide...5.7 FT at 09:54 AM PDT.
                              Low Tide....0.1 FT at 04:30 PM PDT.
                              High Tide...4.5 FT at 10:40 PM PDT.

Remarks...Lowering south-southwest swell from 200 degrees with building
northwest swells on Friday.

.SATURDAY...

Surf Height...................3-6 FT.
Rip Current Risk..............High*.
Water Temp....................65-71 degrees.
Lightning Potential...........None expected.
Tides.........................
        Newport Beach.........Low Tide....1.4 FT at 04:08 AM PDT.
                              High Tide...5.6 FT at 10:20 AM PDT.
                              Low Tide....0.1 FT at 05:06 PM PDT.
                              High Tide...4.1 FT at 11:20 PM PDT.

Remarks...Elevated short-period northwest swell from 290 degrees and
long-period northwest swell from 295 degrees. Highest surf north of
Newport Beach.

$$

CAZ043-201145-
San Diego County Coastal Areas-
145 PM PDT Thu Oct 19 2017

...BEACH HAZARDS STATEMENT THROUGH 7 PM SUNDAY...

...HIGH RIP CURRENT RISK...

.THIS AFTERNOON THROUGH FRIDAY...

Surf Height...................3-5 FT lowering to 2-4 FT by early Friday
                              morning then rising again late Friday.
Rip Current Risk..............High*.
Water Temp....................66-68 degrees.
Lightning Potential...........None expected.
Tides.........................
        La Jolla..............Low Tide....1.0 FT at 03:37 AM PDT.
                              High Tide...5.7 FT at 09:49 AM PDT.
                              Low Tide....0.0 FT at 04:25 PM PDT.
                              High Tide...4.4 FT at 10:34 PM PDT.

Remarks...Lowering south-southwest swell from 200 degrees with building
northwest swells on Friday.

.SATURDAY...

Surf Height...................3-6 FT. Local 7 ft sets.
Rip Current Risk..............High*.
Water Temp....................66-68 degrees.
Lightning Potential...........None expected.
Tides.........................
        La Jolla..............Low Tide....1.4 FT at 04:03 AM PDT.
                              High Tide...5.6 FT at 10:15 AM PDT.
                              Low Tide....0.1 FT at 05:02 PM PDT.
                              High Tide...4.1 FT at 11:15 PM PDT.

Remarks...Elevated short-period northwest swell from 290 degrees and
long-period northwest swell from 295 degrees. Highest surf north of
Newport Beach.

$$

Harrison


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