The Point Loma forecast for Wednesday, June 15th shows the (1) new South swell starting to overtake the dying SSW component by mid-morning, with 20-second (185°) forerunners forecast. As the day progresses, (2) look for swell heights to begin pushing into the 3-4 foot range as the swell period starts to drop off to 17-18 seconds. Also, (3) expect a slight increase in WNW wind swell by the end of the day (3 feet at 11 seconds 285°).
As of 4:09 a.m. the Southwest component (2.3 feet at 13.3 seconds 216°) was still the primary swell being reported by @buoy46232. Keep an eye out for the new South to pop on the real-time Point Loma reports this morning. It also appears that water temps are up a notch, with 64° being reported by the Camp Pendelton Nearshore buoy, and 65° at Dana Point.