Good Friday morning, I'm Surf Junkie Jeff with your Redondo Beach Patch surf report. Once again we're only seeing some very minimal size surf out there today, so if nothing else, get out there and go for a paddle.
The conditions are starting off mostly clean, with the continued small mixture of southwest swell and minor northwest windswell in the water.
That recipe is making for some crumbly and dumpy little lines, with not a whole lot to work with. Most spots in Redondo Beach are seeing ankle- to knee-high waves, with the standout breaks pulling a few plus sets.
Checking the tide—at 8:03 a.m., it drops to a 1.9-foot low, which will have many spots lacking water and inconsistent early to mid-morning. The tide then pushes up to a 4.6-foot high at 3:19 p.m.
If you're planning on paddling, a thin full suit will do you right, with the water temperature taking a bit of a dip and averaging between 64 and 66 degrees. Good luck out there!