High surf warnings continue Tuesday across the Southern California coast.
High surf and strong currents will continue along the Southern California coast Monday.
A large swell is coming from the south, hitting Orange County beaches with 8-10-foot waves, a lifeguard to CBS2/KCAL9.
Waves as high as 6 to 8 feet were expected to roll in during a high surf advisory issued by the National Weather Service, which will be in effect until 9 p.m. Tuesday.
The incident occurred near the 2100 block of South Ocean Front Walk.
The tragedy, the first on-duty lifeguard lost in the department’s 100-year history, weighs heavily on Carlson’s family.
Two men are being called heroes after rescuing a teenager from treacherous surf off the Palos Verdes coast over the weekend.
Newport Beach is coping with tragedy Monday, one day after the community was struck with the loss of a popular lifeguard on duty.
For generations of wave riders, south Orange County beaches have been a big attraction all the way from Newport Beach to Laguna.
“The waves came roaring in here like a freight train,” said Austin McCann.
Family members and colleagues are stunned by the unexpected death of well-known surf clothing designer Lian Murray.
The surfing world lost a legend just over a year ago with the death of an Orange County man who truly revolutionized the business of surf forecasting.
If you have plans to head to the beach this Labor Day weekend, make sure there’s a lifeguard on duty wherever you plant your towel.
Orange County lifeguards Thursday were warning body surfers and beachgoers about big surf generated from a southern hemisphere storm off of Chile.
A high surf advisory will be in effect through Saturday due to breakers that are expected to top 12 feet in some places.