High Surf Advisory
Waves of up to 8 feet are expected to pound Los Angeles and Orange county shores Monday, according to the National Weather Service.
Advisories for high surf along the Southern California coast have been canceled for all but Orange County and damaged piers in Seal Beach and Malibu have reopened in time for the holiday weekend.
Basin temperatures will top out in the upper 80s and low 90s Wednesday. Valleys could reach triple digits by Thursday.
A high surf advisory will be in effect for Southern California from noon Tuesday through Friday evening, as Hurricane Marie spins off into the distant Pacific.
The National Weather Service Friday issued a high surf advisory through the weekend for Los Angeles and Orange County beaches.
A high surf advisory was in effect Tuesday for many Southland beaches, the National Weather Service said.
Southern California beaches were busy on Monday as beach-goers were warned to be extra careful due to above-average surf and rip currents.
A high wind warning is in effect for much of the Southland Monday, according to the National Weather Service.
The Harbor Patrol and the U.S. Coast Guard have called off their search for a 34-year-old Rowland Heights man who went missing in the ocean Sunday evening.
More high surf is expected through Monday along the Southern California coastline.
A fetch of moisture continues to push through the Southland, bringing with it steady rainfall and chilly temperatures.
The National Weather Service has extended high surf advisories through Sunday as wicked waves continue to pound California’s south facing beaches.
A high surf advisory is in effect until Friday evening along Southern California’s coast as 12-foot waves pummel the shore.