The Point Loma forecast for Wednesday, June 15th shows the (1) new South swell starting to overtake

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.

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