Northwest wind swell should increase to head high around west-facing breaks. Sets running a couple of feet overhead are possible. Southwest swell should drop to just waist high, but northwest wrap could be greater at south-facing spots. Conditions are looking poor, and rip current risk will be high.
Looking a bit smaller as northwest wind swell is expected to back off, and no noteworthy southwest is due. West-facing breaks are looking at chest- to head-high wind swell in the early morning, diminishing throughout the day.
Chest-high southwest should come ashore with very long periods from the Antarctic/New Zealand swell. This could be quite spotty and infrequent. Wind swell looks nil.
Southwest should increase to chest to at times head high around south-facing breaks. Wind swell looks nil.