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    What a change a weekend makes. Southern California goes from sun and 80-plus temps two weekends ago to rain and chill around 50 this past weekend. On top of that, the wind made it miserable conditions. The storm front continues to pass through on Tuesday bringing wind swell. Unfortunately, it�ll be pretty miserable with rain and strong South winds (so you can forget about Orange County.) Depending on how desperate you are, the South Bay will see the best conditions (that may not be much, though.) Tides go from a 1.3 foot low at 7:33 a.m. to a high of 3.6 feet at 1:21 p.m.

    MONDAY, FEB. 12

    • County Line/Zuma: Knee-high
    • Malibu/Topanga: Shin-high
    • South Bay: Waist-high plus
    • Huntington/Newport: Waist-high
    • Trestles/Salt Creek: Thigh-high

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    TUESDAY, FEB. 13

    • County Line/Zuma: Waist-high plus
    • Malibu/Topanga: Shin-high
    • South Bay: Up to shoulder-high
    • Huntington/Newport: Chest-high
    • Trestles/Salt Creek: Maybe wait-high

    More of the same on Wednesday, except the wind swell will be backing down as the front moves to the East. Expect the rain to come to an end by the end of the day. All in all it�ll be another great day to stay indoors at school or work with air temps around 50. Morning low tide of 1.2 feet at 9:07 a.m. followed by a 3.1 foot high at 3:08 p.m.


    • County Line/Zuma: Thigh-high
    • Malibu/Topanga: Ankle-high
    • South Bay: Waist-high for Porto
    • Huntington/Newport: Thigh-high
    • Trestles/Salt Creek: Knee-high

    At least the sun is beginning to set at around 5:30 giving the 9-to-5 crew at least a chance to get in a few fun ones after work.

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    The surf report is compiled by surfologist Scott Griest. Feel free to e-mail him with any questions or comments.

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