The Ocean Seaside Pier was closed Friday morning by San Diego Lifeguards to stop harm by anticipated excessive surf.
Ocean situations shall be monitored and the pier could also be reopened on Saturday, the San Diego Hearth-Rescue Division posted on social media.
The Nationwide Climate Service mentioned a swell of 4 to five ft with a interval of 17 to twenty seconds from the west northwest may generate giant surf and powerful rip currents by way of Friday.
Foam could also be highest on uncovered west-facing seashores of San Diego County, the place units of as much as 9 ft had been anticipated to supply the best threats, the NWS mentioned.
Swell and surf ought to start to decrease Friday evening and Saturday, forecasters mentioned.
A excessive surf advisory was in impact for San Diego County by way of 9 p.m. Friday.
–Metropolis Information Service