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Surfing outer reef at Slip Point, WA, Slip Point (Clallam Bay) photo

Slip Point (Clallam Bay)

Photo credit: Rodney Erickson

Type: point


Best: Swell WNW | Wind SE

Sea Temperature Today is: 12.6 °C

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Tuesday, 17 July 2018, 10:48 Local time
Tuesday 17
Wave (m) 1.5
Period (s) 8 9 9 9
Wind (km/h) 5
WSW 10
WSW 15
WSW 15
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Slip Point (Clallam Bay) in Washington State is a reasonably exposed point break. Offshore winds are from the southeast and there is no shelter here from cross shore breezes. Tends to receive a mix of groundswells and windswells and the ideal swell direction is from the west northwest. No point break here. Sometimes crowded. It can even get crowded enough to be dangerous.

Alaska United States wave energy surf 12 hr forecast

Forecast Wave Energy (Power): 12hrs

Tide Times:

For Sekiu, Washington, 3 km from Slip Point (Clallam Bay).

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Slip Point (Clallam Bay) Tide Times and Tide Chart

Live Weather:

At Sol Duc Valley Port Angeles wx, 23 km from Slip Point (Clallam Bay).


Air temperature
17.3 °C

Current weather near Slip Point (Clallam Bay)

Buoy Data:

At Neah Bay Buoy, 27 miles from Slip Point (Clallam Bay).

  5AM 6AM 7AM 8AM
Data Age 4 hr 3 hr 2 hr 1 hr
Wave height (m) 1.9
Dominant period (s) 8 7 7 8

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Overall Slip Point (Clallam Bay) Surf Consistency and Wind Distribution in July

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Town and city forecasts close to Slip Point (Clallam Bay):

  • Closest city location
    Victoria (Canada)
    42 mi
  • Second closest city location
    48 mi
  • Third closest city location
    Nanaimo (Canada)
    64 mi
  • Fourth closest city location
    Richmond (Canada)
    81 mi
  • Fifth closest city location
    White Rock (Canada)
    85 mi
Slip Point (Clallam Bay) break location map and break info

This is the Surf-Forecast page for Slip Point (Clallam Bay), Washington. Use the tab navigation above to view Slip Point (Clallam Bay) sea temperature, Slip Point (Clallam Bay) photographs, Slip Point (Clallam Bay) detailed swell predictions, wind and weather forecasts, Slip Point (Clallam Bay) webcams, current wind from Washington live weather stations and Slip Point (Clallam Bay) tide predictions. The United States swell maps link will open up the big picture showing United States and the surrounding seas. These swell maps can be animated to show the different swell components, wave energy, wave period, wave heights, together with wind and weather forecasts, current weather and sea state observations from United States wave-buoys, passing ships and coastal weather stations. Each of the forecast pages for this surf break feature a global and regional wavefinder tool to locate the best surf conditions in the area around Slip Point (Clallam Bay).

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.