BREAKING STOKE... Christmas Week Magic

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BREAKING STOKE... Christmas Week MagicHo! Ho! Ho! This week Santa is delivering quite a nice swell for us. This swell will initially arrive by mid-day today out of the NW direction. Swell sizes from head high to overhead with onshore winds and mostly cloudy skies are expected. This swell will stay with us until Wednesday pushing out the same head high to overhead waves. Later in the week we expect to see an even larger swell arrive. Read more about BREAKING STOKE... Christmas Week Magic

Fire Pits Snuffed Out

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San Diego fire pits will soon turn into ash. Last year when San Diego was facing a budget shortfall of $47 million, the city decided to cut funding to the fire pits program. An anonymous donator stepped up and donated enough to keep the fire pits running another year and a half. Now that the city is facing a staggering $179 million budget shortfall, the same fire pits set for destruction last year are once again on the chopping block, but it’s not like there was no effort to save them. Read more about Fire Pits Snuffed Out

BREAKING STOKE... Wednesday Double Overhead

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Pumping! We continue to track our next stoke to arrive on Wednesday out of the NW direction. Swell sizes from overhead to double overhead with onshore winds and mostly sunny skies are expected. High tide is at 6:00 am (5 ft) and 5:43 pm (4 ft). Low tide is at noon (2 ft). This stoke will peak by noon and tapper off into Thursday. Read more about BREAKING STOKE... Wednesday Double Overhead

Imperial Beach Sand Replenishment Halted

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The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers had planned to dredge the San Diego bay entrance to remove the build up of sand and allow for safe passage of ships. They had offered the extra sand to Imperial Beach, initially at 330,000 cubic yards but after Imerpial Beach permit and safety issues were raised the project was scaled back to 100,00 cubic yards. Now the project has been halted until the Army agrees to the list of requirements Imeperial Beach has assembled. Read more about Imperial Beach Sand Replenishment Halted

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