High Surf Warning Canceled, Surf Still Strong
Surfers and swimmers warned of rip tides and strong currents.
An L.A. County lifeguard rescues a swimmer from the high surf in Manhattan Beach. (KTLA.com)
Surf is expected to be 5-6' in Ventura, Orange and San Diego counties. Los Angeles County, which is shadowed by Pt. Dume, could see sets up to 3-5'.
The danger of strong currents and rip tides will still be present throughout the week.
In central California, beaches in Santa Barbara and San Luis Obispo could see sets up to 10'.
A wind advisory has also been canceled for Riverside, Orange and San Bernardino counties.
Another northwest swell is expected to hit west facing beaches later in the week bringing 3-5' surf to the South Bay.