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California, Central Surf Reports and Surf Forecasts

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Conditions Summary
 Oceano/Pismo
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1.5ft 13secs 187° 5mph NNW - Cross/onshore - 330°
 Saint Annes
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1ft 13secs 206° 5mph NNW - Cross/offshore - 330°
 Cambria
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3.5ft 8secs 319° 3mph NW - Onshore - 317°
 Cayucos
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1.5ft 13secs 189° 3mph NW - Cross/offshore - 317°
 Morro Bay
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3ft 8secs 313° 3mph NW - Onshore - 317°
 Pico Creek
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3ft 8secs 312° 3mph NW - Cross/onshore - 317°
 Sand Dollar Beach
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3ft 8secs 312° 6mph N - Cross/onshore - 8°
Add a New Surf SpotRegional Overview
Central California most famous for San Francisco's Ocean Beach, Santa Cruz (first surfed in 1885 by three Hawaiian brothers) and of course Mavericks is a place of huge waves and a strong local contingent. California's spots are very swell direction dependent with north and south swells affecting each spot differently. A big north-west swell will light-up Mavericks and generally arrives from autumn to spring. Whereas a west swell will suffer less shadowing due to the generally west facing beaches. Wind is predominately from the north-west.
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