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Current weather conditions and live observations for Casa Grande based on the nearest weather station observations (including METAR, SYNOP, ship and quickscat wind data). This is the most reliable place on surf-forecast.com to see what is happening with the weather in Casa Grande right now. Also check out the current weather map overlays on our dynamic weather maps.

Current Weather near Casa Grande

as reported by 5 closest weather stations

Weather Station WeatherWindTemp.Visibility
Visibility /
Cloud

Playa Salguero Rodadero Sur Santa Marta wx

42 km SW1 m above sea level

20 minutes ago
cloudy
Mostly Cloudy
30 SE30
fresh winds from the SE
(32.2 km/h at 131°)
29.2 °C10.0
10.0
-
-
-

Santa Marta/Simón Bolívar International Airport

43 km SW4 m above sea level

50 minutes ago
partially cloudy
Dry and partly cloudy
5 WSW5
light winds from the WSW
(7 km/h at 240°)
28 °C
few
broken

Santa Marta Simon

44 km SW1 m above sea level

50 minutes ago
clear
Haze
5 WSW5
light winds from the WSW
(7 km/h at 240°)
28.0 °C30 km
30 km

scattered

Riohacha Almirante

105 km ENE4 m above sea level

50 minutes ago
clear
Haze
25 ESE25
moderate winds from the ESE
(25 km/h at 110°)
28.1 °C38 km
38 km

scattered

Riohacha/Almirante Padilla Airport

106 km ENE4 m above sea level

50 minutes ago
partially cloudy
Dry and partly cloudy
25 ESE25
moderate winds from the ESE
(24 km/h at 110°)
28 °C
few
scattered

* NOTE: not all weather observatories update at the same frequency which is the reason why some locations may show data from stations that are further away than known closer ones. We also include passing Ship data if it is recorded close to Casa Grande and within an acceptable time window.

FEATURE UPDATE: we now show red swell icons for 'open sea' swells that are travelling in an unfavourable direction for the surf break. In places, these swells may still wrap around coastlines and produce smaller waves at some breaks. They are also significant for windsurfers and other water users that tend to venture further off-shore.