Waking up with the waves on Wednesday, I’m Surf Junkie Jeff with your Manhattan Beach Patch surf report. Well, we’re seeing similar size surf out there, but those conditions aren’t starting off so good! There’s already some texture or bump on the water early on.
As far as the surf goes, we’ve got a small to playful size mixture of energy out there. We have some remnant northwest swell and some new southerly energy in the water. That recipe is making for some crumbly and bumpy sectiony lines, with a few decent shoulders to snag.
Most Manhattan Beach spots are running about knee to stomach high, with the standout combo breaks pulling a few plus sets. You can probably break out just about any board.
Checking the tides, at 4:07 early this morning it drained out to a negative 0.7 low and then pushes back up to a 3.6 high at 10:39 later this morning and then drops once again to a 2.2 low at 3:04 this afternoon, according to the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration.
If you’re going to get wet, you’ll want to wear at least a 3/2 fullsuit and maybe the booties, with the water temperature averaging between 57 and 58 degrees. Good luck out there!