The National Weather Service has issued a Coastal Hazard Message For Orange County

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At 8:28 pm The National Weather Service issued a Coastal Hazard Message for Orange County. They warned of possible large surf, strong rip currents, minor tidal overflow and minor beach erosion Tuesday night through Thursday Afternoon.
They said that large swells will develop from Hurricane Marie.
The swells could increase to around 10 Feet at the San Clemente Basin Buoy.
The National Weather Service is uncertain of the exact size of the surf and the timing of the largest swells and surf.
For more information please connect to the national weather service at
http://www.twitter.com/NWSSanDiego

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