Swimmers, Surfers Warned As High Surf Pounds SoCalLarge surf is expected along much of the Southern California coast and beachgoers are warned of dangerous waves and rip currents.
Massive Waves Draw Spectators, Surfers To The WedgeMassive waves drew spectators and surfers alike to Newport Beach Thursday.
Big Surf Hitting Central And Southern California BeachesThe National Weather Service said Sunday that waves up to 8 feet will pound many beaches for most of the day.
Pounding Surf Expected Along Much Of California CoastSwimmers and surfers are warned of powerful surf that will pound much of the California coast, bringing risks of flooding in low-lying areas.
High Surf Advisory Issued For LA, OC BeachesA high surf advisory will be in effect for Los Angeles and Orange counties until 5 p.m., according to the National Weather Service.
Man Rescued From Choppy Waters Amid High Surf In San PedroAuthorities say a surfer who got caught up in the choppy waters of San Pedro has been rescued.
High Surf Advisory Issued For LA, OC BeachesAccording to the National Weather Service, a surf advisory will remain in effect until 2 p.m. on Tuesday for Los Angeles County. The advisory will be in force until 5 p.m. on Tuesday in Orange County.
High Surf Advisory Issued For Southland BeachesA high surf advisory was in place Sunday for Southland beaches, the National Weather Service said.
High Surf Expected On Central Coast During WeekendWest-facing beaches on the Central Coast may see powerful waves during the weekend, and the rest of the Southern California coast can expect elevated surf into next week.
30 Hours Of High Surf Expected Along LA, OC CoastlinesHigh surf will pound Southern California’s coastline for a 30-hour stretch starting Monday night, creating dangerous conditions for swimmers, National Weather Service forecasters said.
Ventura Pier Closed Indefinitely Due To High Surf ConditionsPowerful waves damaged the structure of the pier, which remains closed until further notice.
Southern California Temperatures Begin Cool DownSouthern California’s heat wave will start to dissipate Friday, but forecasters say high surf will continue to pound the coast, generating dangerous rip currents and sneaker waves.