The waves are big and spectacular. But also dangerous.
The rain and high tides could cause problems along the Orange County coastline.
There was no flooding reported Thursday as extremely high tides threatened beachfront properties.
Residents and city officials along the coast are preparing for a second day of high tide Friday.
The storm systems hitting California this weekend are expected to bring big swells to some Orange County beaches.
The National Weather Service has extended high surf advisories through Sunday as wicked waves continue to pound California’s south facing beaches.
A higher than usual high tide and dangerous surf with waves reaching more than 11 feet tall caused flooding in the streets of Newport Beach Wednesday.
Seismologists with the U.S. Geological Survey at Caltech say tsunami-related activity will likely continue through Friday afternoon.