Big waves hit Hawaiian Islands’ north shores, California

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Coastal Flood Advisory Remains In Effect Across Southern California.

Chris Pierce of Seal Beach’s Marine Safety Department said as of 10 a.m. there was no flooding along the beach or in adjacent parking lots, businesses and homes.

Coastal areas in Seal Beach and Sunset Beach may be especially susceptible to flooding through Thursday, the National Weather Service said in an advisory. Coincidentally, work begun Monday to construct a sand berm about 10 to 15 feet tall and half mile long on the beach from Main Street to Dolphin Street in anticipation of high tide during winter months. “We are in good shape,” Pierce said. “With the heavy equipment and work we have done, it will take care of any issues that may occur from this event.” A coastal flood advisory is in effect along various beaches, authorities said, with Orange County’s advisory in effect until 9 p.m.

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