Some Long Beach and O.C. residents are preparing for another day of ankle-deep seawater in low-lying coastal communities as unusually high “king tides” pulled the Pacific farther ashore than normal Thursday.
The storm systems hitting California this weekend are expected to bring big swells to some Orange County beaches.
Authorities are warning of dangerous rip currents at beaches along the coastline of Southern and Central California.
More high surf is expected through Monday along the Southern California coastline.
A high surf advisory is still in effect Saturday.
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.
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A high surf advisory will be in effect through Saturday due to breakers that are expected to top 12 feet in some places.
If it’s big waves you’re looking for, you may not have to wait very long into 2012.
A surfer found off San Onofre State Beach in Southern California has been declared dead, as powerful waves pounded the state over the Labor Day weekend.
The National Weather Service has extended high surf advisories through Sunday as wicked waves continue to pound California’s south facing beaches.
Massive waves are expected to pummel Southern California’s coast through Sunday.
A high surf advisory is in effect until Friday evening along Southern California’s coast as 12-foot waves pummel the shore.
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.