Central America

Report Date: Wed. November 30, 2016
By Forecaster: Austin Gendron: austin@globalsurfreports.com

Tropical Conditions:
No tropical cyclones at this time


Swell Forecast:
SSW-SW (205-215) leftovers will be joined by new swell coming in from New Zealand through the second half of the week.  The surf is expected to slowly build to a peak Saturday, with deepwater heights around 2-4 feet.  Wave heights will hold in the waist to head high range through Thursday.  Friday and Saturday we're expecting  standouts seeing some head high-overhead+ set wavesat top SW (210-220+) exposures.

Beyond that, the models look pretty weak, and we’re probably going to see wave heights back off a bit through early next week, likely remaining on the smaller side through the remainder of the week at least.  Stay tuned.

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Weekly Outlook:
Wednesday the 30th A little more energy from the SW could mean waist to head high+ surf at standouts.

Thursday the 1st surf holds in the waist to head high+ range.

Friday the 2nd more SSW-SW arrives bringing a few more chest to overhead+ sets to standouts.

Saturday the 3rd waist to head high surf continues along the exposed coast as SSW-SW energy peaks.  It’s possible that standouts could see more consistent chest-head high+ surf, with some set waves in the overhead-overhead+ range or a little bigger even.

Sunday the 4th, SSW-SW eases a little again, but overall should hold in the waist high+ to overhead range.

Monday the 5th wave heights ease a little more with standouts running waist to head high+.

Tuesday the 6th surf backs off into the waist to head high range at standouts.

austin@globalsurfreports.com