Central America

Report Date: Mon. June 27, 2016
By Forecaster: Austin Gendron: austin@globalsurfreports.com

Tropical Conditions:
No tropical cyclones at this time


Swell Forecast:
Still not much new to discuss as far as the forecast goes.  The SSW (200-210) has backed off, but we should have a couple new swell starting to arrive from south of the Pitcairn Islands and French Polynesia.  The new SSW (200-220) first started to arrive yesterday, and should be followed by a second bigger overlapping pulse late tonight/early Tuesday.  Because the storms were weaker the surf won't be as big, with wave heights running chest to overhead along the exposed coast, with standouts seeing sets in the range of a couple feet overhead to several feet overhead or a little bigger Wednesday and Thursday.  Size will ease through the end of the week.

Beyond that the storm track quiets down again, There's one little reinforcing pulse that will show up over the weekend, but other than that the South Pacific is looking pretty uneventful, and we could have a pretty slow start to July.  Stay tuned.

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Weekly Outlook:
Monday the 27th new SSW arrives, helping maintain chest to overhead+ surf, with standouts seeing sets going well overhead or bigger late in the day.

Tuesday the 28th the mix of SSW energy should continue running chest high to overhead+ at standouts.

Wednesday the 29th SSW-SW swell mix will peak with wave heights running ahead high to well overhead+ at standouts.

Thursday the 30th the surf should hold at standouts in the head high to well overhead+ range through the morning easing later in the day.

Friday the 1st wave heights continue to ease, with standouts running chest to overhead+.

Saturday the 2nd SSW continues to ease, with chest to overhead surf still.

Sunday the 3rd wav heights could back off into the waist to head high+ range, either way still easing.

austin@globalsurfreports.com