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Storm May Have Surf Peaking up to 12 Feet at Seal Beach

Sandbags are available for city residents, as needed.

The upcoming weekend storm may have waves peaking at 10-12 feet, Seal Beach city officials say. Patch file photo.
The upcoming weekend storm may have waves peaking at 10-12 feet, Seal Beach city officials say. Patch file photo.
From a city press release:

The city of Seal Beach’s Marine Safety Department is expecting the following weather conditions from Friday to Sunday:

  • Surf – Expect surf to build Saturday morning with the peak of 10 to 12 feet around midday. This is a swell and should drop considerably on Sunday
  • Tides – Saturday morning we will have a 6.0 high tide at 8:51 AM. This may cause some pooling of water under the pier. At this time we don’t expect any damage to be caused by the surf and high tide
  • Rain – Heavy rain on Friday with scattered showers on Saturday and Sunday

If requested, sandbags can be obtained at the Seal Beach Lifeguard Headquarters, 888 Ocean Ave. Additional bags are located at Landing and Seal Beach Boulevard, Arbor Park and Fire Stations 44 and 48.

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