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whus46 klox 172150

catalina and santa barbara islands-
150 pm pst tue jan 17 2017

...beach hazards statement remains in effect from thursday
morning through monday evening...

* hazards...surf of 3 to 6 feet will impact exposed west facing 
  beaches through this evening. surf will subside some tonight 
  and wednesday. another large long period west swell will bring 
  high surf to area beaches thursday through monday...with a 
  chance of much larger...damaging surf late friday through 
  saturday. surf of 8 to 13 feet thursday and friday will 
  possibly build to 15 feet or higher late friday and saturday. 
  the surf will begin to subside sunday into monday...but is 
  expected to remain above high surf thresholds. 

* impacts...large...powerful and potentially damaging surf will 
  create dangerous ocean conditions. coastal erosion and coastal 
  flooding will be possible. frequent strong rip currents and 
  long-shore currents are expected. much larger waves may occur 
  without warning...which can wash people off their feet in the 
  surf zone or off of rocks and jetties. 

precautionary/preparedness actions...

a high surf outlook is issued when high surf is expected to
affect beaches in the advisory area...producing rip currents and
the potential for beach erosion.

if you do not have to be in the water...stay on the shore. stay
off rocks and jetties and away from the waters edge to avoid
being swept away by larger waves...which may occur without
warning. never turn your back to the ocean.



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