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High Surf Pounds San Diego's Coastline



    High Tides Crush San Diego

    High surf created spectacular waves from Imperial Beach to Oceanside. NBC 7's Greg Bledsoe has the story. (Published Wednesday, Oct. 28, 2015)

    High surf pounded the San Diego coastline Wednesday providing spectacular views from Imperial Beach to Oceanside.

    NBC 7 Newschopper flew over the Mission Beach and Pacific Beach areas where waves were impressive.

    In Oceanside, some people walking The Strand got more than a little sprayed by the incoming tide.

    Some minor coastal flooding occurred due to the unusually high tide.

    Surf Surrounds 3 BeachgoersSurf Surrounds 3 Beachgoers

    Three women walking near La Jolla found themselves between the waves and the cliff during high tide Wednesday.
    (Published Wednesday, Oct. 28, 2015)

    In La Jolla, waves pounded right up against the Marine Room windows giving diners quite a view.

    Waves at La Jolla's Marine RoomWaves at La Jolla's Marine Room

    The iconic restaurant in La Jolla can be one of the best spots in San Diego to view high surf.
    (Published Wednesday, Oct. 28, 2015)

    A coastal flood advisory was in effect until Thursday night. The highest high tides will occur between 9-11 a.m. each day.

    Lifeguards are cautioning swimmers strong rip currents are also expected.

    Waves Harass Cliffside Construction SiteWaves Harass Cliffside Construction Site

    When it's a high tide along with high surf, no one is immune to getting wet - even this construction site near La Jolla.
    (Published Wednesday, Oct. 28, 2015)

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