Watch Out for Sneaker Waves
According to the National Weather Service,
There is a high risk of sneaker waves Saturday Night through Sunday Evening due to a large swell arriving to our coast. Sneaker waves are large waves that seem to come out of nowhere and can catch you off guard, resulting in you quickly being pulled into the ocean where survival is unlikely because of strong currents, turbulent surf, and very cold water. Do not be fooled by an ocean that looks calm. There can be 20 minutes of small waves preceding a sneaker wave. Avoid steep beaches, rocks, and jetties. Stay far back from the surf and do not go in after dogs that get pulled into the surf. Dogs almost always get out on their own. (Corrected for threat time period).