Central America

Report Date: Fri. October 21, 2016
By Forecaster: Austin Gendron: austin@globalsurfreports.com

Tropical Conditions:
No tropical cyclones at this time, keeping an eye on a couple of lows off the Central Mexico coast this weekend.  Stay tuned.

Swell Forecast:
A mix of SW (215-225) and S (170-180) are keeping fun waist to head high+ surf in the water Friday.  Surf should linger Saturday and then ease slowly through early next week.

Beyond that, the models are showing more SW (215-225) arriving on Wednesday, but only to bring knee to chest high surf to standouts.  Long-range models show mostly smaller background swell through the end of the month.

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Weekly Outlook:
Friday the 21st a little extra SSW should help maintain waist to head high+ surf but for the most part wave heights will continue to drop.

Saturday the 22nd wave heights hold in the waist to head high+ range.

Sunday the 23rd smaller waist to chest high+ surf for standouts.

Monday the 24th small surf for the region, with standouts in the knee to chest high range.

Tuesday the 25th the small surf continues.

Wednesday the 26th small surf continues, but a little extra SW could mean knee to chest high waves at SW standouts.

Thursday the 27th, swell builds a little more.  Standouts expected to see waist to head high waves.