Surf Forecast
Issued by NWS Tiyan, Guam

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000 FZPQ50 PGUM 131805 SRFGUM Surf Zone Forecast for the Mariana Islands National Weather Service Tiyan GU 405 AM ChST Wed Apr 14 2021 .SYNOPSIS...The risk of rip currents will remain moderate the next few days. $$ GUZ001>004-140915- Guam-Rota-Tinian-Saipan- 405 AM ChST Wed Apr 14 2021 36 hour Surf Zone Forecast for the Marianas from 600 AM Wednesday through 600 PM Thursday .TODAY (6 AM TO 6 PM)... Coastal Winds............East at 10 to 15 mph. Surf along North facing reefs............5 to 7 feet. Surf along East facing reefs............5 to 7 feet. Surf along South facing reefs............1 to 3 feet. Surf along West facing reefs............2 to 4 feet. Primary swell...............East at 3 to 5 feet. Primary period..............11 seconds. Secondary swell...............North at around 5 feet. Secondary period..............10 seconds. Rip current risk.....Moderate. Wave conditions support stronger or more frequent rip currents. Always have a flotation device with you in the water. Sea surface temperature at Ritidian buoy...84 Degrees. Maximum afternoon heat index...........Around 97. .TONIGHT (6 PM TO 6 AM THURSDAY)... Coastal Winds............East at 10 to 15 mph. Surf along North facing reefs............4 to 6 feet. Surf along East facing reefs............5 to 7 feet. Surf along South facing reefs............1 to 3 feet. Surf along West facing reefs............2 to 4 feet. Primary swell...............East at 3 to 5 feet. Primary period..............11 seconds. Secondary swell...............North at around 4 feet. Secondary period..............10 seconds. Rip current risk.....Moderate. Wave conditions support stronger or more frequent rip currents. Always have a flotation device with you in the water. .THURSDAY (6 AM TO 6 PM)... Coastal Winds............East at 10 to 15 mph. Surf along North facing reefs............3 to 5 feet. Surf along East facing reefs............6 to 8 feet. Surf along South facing reefs............1 to 3 feet. Surf along West facing reefs............2 to 4 feet. Primary swell...............East at 4 to 5 feet. Primary period..............11 seconds. Secondary swell...............Northeast at around 3 feet. Secondary period..............10 seconds. Rip current risk.....Moderate. Wave conditions support stronger or more frequent rip currents. Always have a flotation device with you in the water. Maximum afternoon heat index...........Around 96. .OUTLOOK...Little change through Friday. Tide information for the next 36 hours... At Apra Harbor, Guam... High tide 2.2 feet at 8:25 AM Wednesday Low tide 0.2 feet at 3:14 PM Wednesday High tide 2.2 feet at 9:49 PM Wednesday Low tide 1.2 feet at 3:33 AM Thursday High tide 2.2 feet at 8:47 AM Thursday Low tide 0.1 feet at 3:45 PM Thursday High tide 2.2 feet at 10:35 PM Thursday At Rota Island... High tide 2.1 feet at 8:22 AM Wednesday Low tide 0.2 feet at 3:08 PM Wednesday High tide 2.1 feet at 9:46 PM Wednesday Low tide 1.1 feet at 3:27 AM Thursday High tide 2.0 feet at 8:44 AM Thursday Low tide 0.1 feet at 3:39 PM Thursday High tide 2.0 feet at 10:32 PM Thursday At Tinian Island... High tide 1.6 feet at 7:40 AM Wednesday Low tide 0.2 feet at 2:39 PM Wednesday High tide 1.4 feet at 9:37 PM Wednesday Low tide 1.1 feet at 3:04 AM Thursday High tide 1.5 feet at 7:57 AM Thursday Low tide 0.1 feet at 3:14 PM Thursday High tide 1.4 feet at 10:45 PM Thursday At Tanapag Harbor, Saipan... High tide 2.0 feet at 8:24 AM Wednesday Low tide 0.2 feet at 3:15 PM Wednesday High tide 2.0 feet at 10:14 PM Wednesday Low tide 1.3 feet at 3:29 AM Thursday High tide 1.9 feet at 8:41 AM Thursday Low tide 0.1 feet at 3:46 PM Thursday High tide 1.9 feet at 11:08 PM Thursday $$

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