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There is a sense fog advisory in effect until 9 am Wednesday. A dense fog advisory is in effect for the Central Coast and Santa Ynez valley. Visibility in dense fog will be reduced to one quarter mile or less at times through mid-morning Wednesday...
The highest surf is expected along exposed west to northwest facing beaches from Point Conception to Point Piedras Blancas Wednesday afternoon through late Thursday evening. The high surf will also bring an elevated risk of rip currents and minor
This high surf will likely continue through at least Thursday. On beaches south of point conception there will be a high risk of rip currents through at least Tuesday...Surf this high will create strong and dangerous rip currents in the surf zone as
Big waves were crashing onto the beaches of San Diego County on Saturday, which were expected to bring along rip currents and localized beach erosion. A National Weather Service high surf advisory is scheduled to remain in effect until 2 a.m. Sunday.
The public is urged to follow these water safety tips: Never swim alone and stay within arm's reach of an inexperienced swimmer while in the water. Stay within the reef line. Read and obey all rules and posted signs. Swim in areas that are
The largest waves are expected across west facing beaches and should subside by Friday evening. This creates potential for an increased risk of dangerous rip currents and localized beach erosion. Along the Central Coast, local sets up to 14 feet are
Seas can be expected to reach up to 12 feet through Saturday morning from Point Conception to Point Piedras Blancas. This will bring large surf and rough waves in the surf zone as well as strong rip currents...To report a comment, please e-mail us at
This swell will result in sneaker waves, strong rip currents and high surf. As a result the National Weather Service issued a beach hazards statement. High surf 7 to 10 feet with local sets to 12 feet will occur along west to northwest facing beaches
The National Weather Service is expecting dangerous rip currents along the shores of Lake Michigan until Tuesday evening. Waves as tall as 7 feet also are expected by Monday morning, according to the weather service. Dangerous pounding waves and life-
Staff report The last official day for Chicago's Lake Michigan swimming season might be Labor Day, but Sunday might end up having been the last day anyone could venture into the water. The National Weather Service has issued a beach hazards statement