Updated: Friday Afternoon, May 9th 2014.
Thank you to Jonathan Warren at surfline.com for another accurate forecast.
SATURDAY the 10th
Swell/Surf: Primarily NW windswell, which will slowly increase through the day. Meanwhile, long period forerunners of a new South swell will slowly creep in through the day. Surf hangs mainly around the knee-waist high zone throughout the day (1-3′) with occasional windswell sets/peaks up to belly-chest high (3’+). Peaky shape. NOTE – Expect surf to be strongest over the afternoon and on the incoming tide push.
Wind/Weather: Light+ SE’erly wind in the early morning, gradually veering South through the morning, then SW into the afternoon, but staying on the lighter side around 4-7kts. Cloudy early, then gradually clearing up through the day, becoming mostly sunny into the afternoon.
Tides: 3.7′ high at 7:09am, 0.8′ low at 1:04pm, 4.9′ high at 7:25pm.
SUNDAY the 11th
Swell/Surf: NW windswell will be fading through the day, while new/long period South swell continues to slowly build in. Surf hangs mainly around the waist high zone throughout the day (2-3’+) with occasional sets/peaks up to chest-shoulder high (4′), especially on the South sets. Peaky shape.
Wind/Weather: Light to moderate offshore NE’erly wind in the morning, momentarily going light/variable around mid day, then becoming moderate+ from the WNW over the afternoon. Clear/sunny skies prevail, some clouds possible early.
Tides: 3.9′ high at 7:54am, 0.8′ low at 1:37pm, 5.3′ high at 7:52pm.