Brief Summary: Very small surf to kick off the week. A small background swell bump is in the water for the middle to late portion of next week.
The small Pre Gordon/Gordon swell bump over the weekend will be gone by early next week. At this point the surf is looking minimal for 1st Street on Monday and Tuesday around the higher tides. The lower tides may offer up a wave for the bigger boards then.
We have been tracking a couple of swells and we are expecting to see a mix of small scale but longer period swell for the region towards mid to late next week. The first is a mid to long period ENE swell from storm activity previously south of Iceland. The second swell is a mid to long period bump from SE winds near the equator. Finally the very outer edge of a long period southern hemi swell will just brush the region but this storm’s winds were more aimed well to the NW of the region. At this point the surf is not looking very significant but may be enough to produce a rideable wave around the lower tides.
WIND/WEATHER – A lingering frontal boundary near to just offshore of the region will result in a chance of showers on Monday into Tuesday. Winds will be generally light Monday and Tuesday with a gentle PM seabreeze. Winds however may vary around any local showers/storms. More details on the swell, wind, and weather will be provided in our next update.
Next Update: Monday evening, August 20th