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Beach Hazards Statement

Broadcast Time 07/02/2020 14:16 PDT

Beach Hazards Statement
Issued By NWS Monterey (The San Francisco area) Broadcast Time 07/02/2020 14:16 PDT
Issuing Time 07/02/2020 14:16 PDT Valid Until 07/05/2020 20:00 PDT

Increased risk of sneaker waves and strong rip currents from Coastal Sonoma County to Coastal Monterey County from late tonight through Sunday evening. .A long period south to southwest swell will impact the coastline beginning late tonight and will continue through most of the weekend before subsiding. Energetic swell periods will reach 20 to 22 seconds late tonight and Friday before becoming 16 to 18 seconds Saturday and Sunday. . BEACH HAZARDS STATEMENT REMAINS IN EFFECT FROM LATE TONIGHT THROUGH SUNDAY EVENING. * WHAT. Sneaker waves, strong rip currents, longshore currents, and moderate shore break. * WHERE. Coastline from Sonoma County southward through Monterey County. In particular south facing beaches. including but not limited to. Santa Cruz and Stinson Beach. * WHEN. 3 AM PDT Friday to 8 PM PDT Sunday. * IMPACTS. Sneaker waves can knock unsuspecting beach goers over and into the sea. Rip currents can pull swimmers and surfers out to sea. * ADDITIONAL DETAILS. Please check with your local authorities on potential beach closures. Steep beaches will have a higher risk of sneaker wave and rip current activity with greater wave run- up onto beaches.

Beach Hazards Statement

Broadcast Time 07/02/2020 20:10 PDT

Beach Hazards Statement
Issued By NWS Monterey (The San Francisco area) Broadcast Time 07/02/2020 20:10 PDT
Issuing Time 07/02/2020 20:10 PDT Valid Until 07/05/2020 20:00 PDT

Increased risk of sneaker waves and strong rip currents from Coastal Sonoma County to Coastal Monterey County from late tonight through Sunday evening. .A long period south to southwest swell will impact the coastline beginning late tonight and will continue through most of the weekend before subsiding. Energetic swell periods will reach 20 to 22 seconds late tonight and Friday before becoming 16 to 18 seconds Saturday and Sunday. . BEACH HAZARDS STATEMENT REMAINS IN EFFECT FROM 3 AM PDT FRIDAY THROUGH SUNDAY EVENING. * WHAT. Sneaker waves, strong rip currents, longshore currents, and moderate shore break. * WHERE. Coastline from Sonoma County southward through Monterey County. In particular south facing beaches. including but not limited to. Santa Cruz and Stinson Beach. * WHEN. 3 AM PDT Friday to 8 PM PDT Sunday. * IMPACTS. Sneaker waves can knock unsuspecting beach goers over and into the sea. Rip currents can pull swimmers and surfers out to sea. * ADDITIONAL DETAILS. Please check with your local authorities on potential beach closures. Steep beaches will have a higher risk of sneaker wave and rip current activity with greater wave run- up onto beaches.

Beach Hazards Statement

Broadcast Time 07/03/2020 04:14 PDT

Beach Hazards Statement
Issued By NWS Monterey (The San Francisco area) Broadcast Time 07/03/2020 04:14 PDT
Issuing Time 07/03/2020 04:14 PDT Valid Until 07/05/2020 20:00 PDT

Increased risk of sneaker waves and strong rip currents from Coastal Sonoma County to Coastal Monterey County through Sunday evening. .A long period south to southwest swell will impact the coastline through most of the weekend before subsiding. Energetic swell periods will reach 20 to 22 seconds today before becoming 16 to 18 seconds Saturday and Sunday. . BEACH HAZARDS STATEMENT REMAINS IN EFFECT THROUGH SUNDAY EVENING. * WHAT. Sneaker waves, strong rip currents, longshore currents, and moderate shore break. * WHERE. Coastline from Sonoma County southward through Monterey County. In particular south facing beaches. including but not limited to. Santa Cruz and Stinson Beach. * WHEN. 3 AM PDT Friday to 8 PM PDT Sunday. * IMPACTS. Sneaker waves can knock unsuspecting beach goers over and into the sea. Rip currents can pull swimmers and surfers out to sea. * ADDITIONAL DETAILS. Please check with your local authorities on potential beach closures. Steep beaches will have a higher risk of sneaker wave and rip current activity with greater wave run- up onto beaches.

Beach Hazards Statement

Broadcast Time 07/03/2020 14:16 PDT

Beach Hazards Statement
Issued By NWS Monterey (The San Francisco area) Broadcast Time 07/03/2020 14:16 PDT
Issuing Time 07/03/2020 14:16 PDT Valid Until 07/05/2020 20:00 PDT

Increased risk of sneaker waves and strong rip currents from Coastal Sonoma County to Coastal Monterey County through Sunday evening. .A long period south to southwest swell will impact the coastline through most of the weekend before subsiding. Energetic swell periods will reach 20 to 22 seconds today before becoming 16 to 18 seconds Saturday and Sunday. . BEACH HAZARDS STATEMENT REMAINS IN EFFECT THROUGH SUNDAY EVENING. * WHAT. Sneaker waves, strong rip currents, longshore currents, and moderate shore break. * WHERE. Coastline from Sonoma County southward through Monterey County. In particular south facing beaches. including but not limited to. Santa Cruz and Stinson Beach. * WHEN. Through 8 PM PDT Sunday. * IMPACTS. Sneaker waves can knock unsuspecting beach goers over and into the sea. Rip currents can pull swimmers and surfers out to sea. * ADDITIONAL DETAILS. Please check with your local authorities on potential beach closures. Steep beaches will have a higher risk of sneaker wave and rip current activity with greater wave run- up onto beaches.

Beach Hazards Statement

Broadcast Time 07/03/2020 20:12 PDT

Beach Hazards Statement
Issued By NWS Monterey (The San Francisco area) Broadcast Time 07/03/2020 20:12 PDT
Issuing Time 07/03/2020 20:12 PDT Valid Until 07/05/2020 20:00 PDT

Increased risk of sneaker waves and strong rip currents from Coastal Sonoma County to Coastal Monterey County through Sunday evening. .A long period south to southwest swell will impact the coastline through most of the weekend before subsiding. Energetic swell periods will reach 20 to 22 seconds today before becoming 16 to 18 seconds Saturday and Sunday. . BEACH HAZARDS STATEMENT REMAINS IN EFFECT THROUGH SUNDAY EVENING. * WHAT. Sneaker waves, strong rip currents, longshore currents, and moderate shore break. * WHERE. Coastline from Sonoma County southward through Monterey County. In particular south facing beaches. including but not limited to. Santa Cruz and Stinson Beach. * WHEN. Through 8 PM PDT Sunday. * IMPACTS. Sneaker waves can knock unsuspecting beach goers over and into the sea. Rip currents can pull swimmers and surfers out to sea. * ADDITIONAL DETAILS. Please check with your local authorities on potential beach closures. Steep beaches will have a higher risk of sneaker wave and rip current activity with greater wave run- up onto beaches.

Beach Hazards Statement

Broadcast Time 07/04/2020 04:29 PDT

Beach Hazards Statement
Issued By NWS Monterey (The San Francisco area) Broadcast Time 07/04/2020 04:29 PDT
Issuing Time 07/04/2020 04:29 PDT Valid Until 07/05/2020 20:00 PDT

Increased risk of sneaker waves and strong rip currents from Coastal Sonoma County to Coastal Monterey County through Sunday evening. .A long period south to southwest swell will continue to impact the coastline through most of the weekend before subsiding. Energetic swell periods of 16 to 19 seconds Saturday and Sunday. . BEACH HAZARDS STATEMENT REMAINS IN EFFECT THROUGH SUNDAY EVENING. * WHAT. Sneaker waves, strong rip currents, longshore currents, and moderate shore break. * WHERE. Coastline from Sonoma County southward through Monterey County. In particular south facing beaches. including but not limited to. Santa Cruz and Stinson Beach. * WHEN. Through 8 PM PDT Sunday. * IMPACTS. Sneaker waves can knock unsuspecting beach goers over and into the sea. Rip currents can pull swimmers and surfers out to sea. * ADDITIONAL DETAILS. Please check with your local authorities on potential beach closures. Steep beaches will have a higher risk of sneaker wave and rip current activity with greater wave run- up onto beaches.

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