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Beach Hazards Statement

Broadcast Time 09/27/2021 11:31 PDT

Beach Hazards Statement
Issued By NWS Monterey (The San Francisco area) Broadcast Time 09/27/2021 11:31 PDT
Issuing Time 09/27/2021 11:31 PDT Valid Until 09/28/2021 23:00 PDT

Increasing risk of large shore break, wave run up, and rip currents from late Monday night to late Tuesday night. .After a fairly quiet summer in terms of swell, the first larger northwest swell of the season will arrive tonight. Expect an increased risk of moderate to large breaking waves and stronger rip currents. Additionally, increasing winds behind a cold frontal passage in combination with the building swell may cause waves to run up farther along area beaches than usual. This hazard is primarily for west to northwest facing beaches. Caution is urged. Northwest swell will gradually subside on Wednesday. . BEACH HAZARDS STATEMENT IN EFFECT FROM 11 PM PDT THIS EVENING THROUGH TUESDAY EVENING. * WHAT. Northwest swell 8 to 10 feet at 13 to 15 seconds expected. Breaking waves of 13 to 17 feet possible. * WHERE. West to northwest facing beaches along the Central Coast from Sonoma County through Monterey County including but not limited to; Ocean Beach, Montara State Beach, and Marina State Beach. * WHEN. From 11 PM PDT this evening to 11 PM PDT Tuesday evening. * IMPACTS. Increased risk of moderate to large breaking waves, strong rip currents, and wave run up. * ADDITIONAL DETAILS. People walking along the beach should never turn their back to the sea. Avoid fishing from rocks or jetties. The coastal waters remain cold. Cold water shock may cause cardiac arrest and it also can cause an involuntary gasp reflex causing drowning, even for a good swimmer. The surf zone will be dangerous due to larger breaking waves and strong rip currents.

Beach Hazards Statement

Broadcast Time 09/27/2021 19:13 PDT

Beach Hazards Statement
Issued By NWS Monterey (The San Francisco area) Broadcast Time 09/27/2021 19:13 PDT
Issuing Time 09/27/2021 19:13 PDT Valid Until 09/28/2021 23:00 PDT

Increasing risk of large shore break, wave run up, and rip currents from late Monday night to late Tuesday night. .After a fairly quiet summer in terms of swell, the first larger northwest swell of the season will arrive tonight. Expect an increased risk of moderate to large breaking waves and stronger rip currents. Additionally, increasing winds behind a cold frontal passage in combination with the building swell may cause waves to run up farther along area beaches than usual. This hazard is primarily for west to northwest facing beaches. Caution is urged. Northwest swell will gradually subside on Wednesday. . BEACH HAZARDS STATEMENT REMAINS IN EFFECT FROM 11 PM PDT THIS EVENING THROUGH TUESDAY EVENING. * WHAT. Northwest swell 8 to 10 feet at 13 to 15 seconds expected. Breaking waves of 13 to 17 feet possible. * WHERE. West to northwest facing beaches along the Central Coast from Sonoma County through Monterey County including but not limited to; Ocean Beach, Montara State Beach, and Marina State Beach. * WHEN. From 11 PM PDT tonight through Tuesday evening. * IMPACTS. Increased risk of moderate to large breaking waves, strong rip currents, and wave run up. * ADDITIONAL DETAILS. People walking along the beach should never turn their back to the sea. Avoid fishing from rocks or jetties. The coastal waters remain cold. Cold water shock may cause cardiac arrest and it also can cause an involuntary gasp reflex causing drowning, even for a good swimmer. The surf zone will be dangerous due to larger breaking waves and strong rip currents. ED

Beach Hazards Statement

Broadcast Time 09/28/2021 05:13 PDT

Beach Hazards Statement
Issued By NWS Monterey (The San Francisco area) Broadcast Time 09/28/2021 05:13 PDT
Issuing Time 09/28/2021 05:13 PDT Valid Until 09/28/2021 23:00 PDT

Increasing risk of large shore break, wave run up, and rip currents from late Monday night to late Tuesday night. .The first larger northwest swell of the season continues. Expect an increased risk of moderate to large breaking waves and stronger rip currents. Additionally, increasing winds behind a cold frontal passage in combination with the building swell may cause waves to run up farther along area beaches than usual. This hazard is primarily for west to northwest facing beaches. Caution is urged. Northwest swell will gradually subside on Wednesday. . BEACH HAZARDS STATEMENT REMAINS IN EFFECT THROUGH THIS EVENING. * WHAT. Northwest swell 8 to 10 feet at 13 to 15 seconds expected. Breaking waves of 13 to 17 feet possible. * WHERE. West to northwest facing beaches along the coast from Sonoma County through Monterey County including but not limited to; Ocean Beach, Montara State Beach, and Marina State Beach. * WHEN. From now through Tuesday evening. * IMPACTS. Increased risk of moderate to large breaking waves, strong rip currents, and wave run up. * ADDITIONAL DETAILS. People walking along the beach should never turn their back to the sea. Avoid fishing from rocks or jetties. The coastal waters remain cold. Cold water shock may cause cardiac arrest and it also can cause an involuntary gasp reflex causing drowning, even for a good swimmer. The surf zone will be dangerous due to larger breaking waves and strong rip currents. BKM

Beach Hazards Statement

Broadcast Time 09/28/2021 13:01 PDT

Beach Hazards Statement
Issued By NWS Monterey (The San Francisco area) Broadcast Time 09/28/2021 13:01 PDT
Issuing Time 09/28/2021 13:01 PDT Valid Until 09/28/2021 23:00 PDT

Increased risk of large shore break, wave run up, and rip currents until late Tuesday night. .The first larger northwest swell of the season continues. Expect an increased risk of moderate to large breaking waves and stronger rip currents. Additionally, breezy winds behind an earlier cold frontal passage in combination with the building swell may cause waves to run up farther along area beaches than usual. This hazard is primarily for west to northwest facing beaches. Caution is urged. Northwest swell will gradually subside on Wednesday. . BEACH HAZARDS STATEMENT REMAINS IN EFFECT UNTIL 11 PM PDT THIS EVENING. * WHAT. Northwest swell 8 to 10 feet at 13 to 15 seconds expected. Breaking waves of 13 to 17 feet possible. * WHERE. West to northwest facing beaches along the coast from Sonoma County through Monterey County including but not limited to; Ocean Beach, Montara State Beach, and Marina State Beach. * WHEN. From now through Tuesday evening. * IMPACTS. Increased risk of moderate to large breaking waves, strong rip currents, and wave run up. * ADDITIONAL DETAILS. People walking along the beach should never turn their back to the sea. Avoid fishing from rocks or jetties. The coastal waters remain cold. Cold water shock may cause cardiac arrest and it also can cause an involuntary gasp reflex causing drowning, even for a good swimmer. The surf zone will be dangerous due to larger breaking waves and strong rip currents.

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