Central Coast

 High Surf Advisory  Statement as of 3:09 am PDT on April 19, 2014


... High surf advisory in effect from 9 PM this evening to 5 PM
PDT Sunday...

The National Weather Service in Seattle has issued a high surf
advisory... which is in effect from 9 PM this evening to 5 PM PDT
Sunday.

* Timing... large waves will impact the north and central
Washington coast this evening through Sunday afternoon.

* Seas... westerly swell with a dominate period of 16 seconds will
build to 15 feet this evening... and to 16 to 19 feet late
tonight and Sunday morning. Swell will begin to subside later
Sunday afternoon and evening.

* Impacts... this weekend is a razor clam digging weekend for the
Twin Harbors... copalis and Moclips beaches. Those planning on
clam digging or other beach activities tonight and Sunday should
be alert for waves suddenly racing farther up the beach than
normal.

Precautionary/preparedness actions...

A high surf advisory means that high surf will affect beaches in
the advisory area... producing rip currents and localized beach
erosion. Monitor the latest forecasts from the National Weather
Service on this situation.






 Special Statement  Statement as of 3:23 PM PDT on April 18, 2014


... High surf is expected on the northern and central Washington
coast Saturday night into Sunday...

Large waves... 16 to 19 feet... are expected to reach the coast
Saturday night and continue into Sunday. This weekend is a razor
clam digging weekend for the Twin Harbors... copalis and Moclips
beaches. Those planning on clam digging Saturday night and Sunday
morning or other beach activities Saturday night and Sunday should
be alert for waves suddenly racing farther up the beach than normal.

Monitor the latest forecasts from the National Weather Service
on this situation.


Www.Weather.Gov/Seattle





323 PM PDT Fri Apr 18 2014

... High surf is expected on the northern and central Washington
coast Saturday night into Sunday...

Large waves... 16 to 19 feet... are expected to reach the coast
Saturday night and continue into Sunday. This weekend is a razor
clam digging weekend for the Twin Harbors... copalis and Moclips
beaches. Those planning on clam digging Saturday night and Sunday
morning or other beach activities Saturday night and Sunday should
be alert for waves suddenly racing farther up the beach than normal.

Monitor the latest forecasts from the National Weather Service
on this situation.


Www.Weather.Gov/Seattle





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