A summer swell for the ages - that's been the tale of Marie. Reports up and down the CA Coast of point breaks, nooks, crannies that rarely roar to life in the winter, let alone summer, but that's what you get with a large hurricane swell directed well at CA. Decent size continues today, will fade some into the weekend. Still seeing 4-6 ft 12-13 sec from 160-180 - swell is turning more SW. We will have a new southwest swell join the party over the weekend - from around 215, much smaller than the Marie swell with deepwater probably in the 2-3ft range. Then, looks like we will see a bigger southwest swell move in during the middle of next week (Sep 4-5) with possible deepwater heights again of 4 ft. 17-19 seconds from 201-215. All signs now continue to indicate we will have some form of El Nino this winter - the strength of which is still tbd. More on that as we move into Fall. Sep 1 marks the start of the Fall/Winter Season in Nor Cal. You've made it through another summer. Cya in the water.