All advisories for two local state beaches expired Tuesday after no new shark sightings were reported along the coast.
A 24-hour advisory was issued Friday for San Onofre Beach after a shark sighting, just ahead of the holiday weekend.
Surfers spotted an eight to 10-foot shark at Old Man's around 3 p.m. Friday, according to a tweet by Camp Pendleton.
After two more sharks were spotted Sunday, the advisory remained in place Monday for San Onofre and Doheny state beaches, California State Parks officials said.
Beachgoers were told to report any sightings to lifeguards.
As of Tuesday morning, there were no shark sightings and all advisories had been canceled.