High Surf Advisory Issued Sunday Through Monday

The advisory will be in effect through 7 p.m. Monday.

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The National Weather Service has issued a high surf advisory for coastal areas of Northern California from noon Sunday to 7 p.m. Monday.

A large northwest swell along the coast will generate large breaking waves of 16 to 25 feet, the agency said, warning of rip currents and sneaker waves.

Hope you kept your umbrellas close as much of the region is expected to be wet this Sunday morning. Vianey Arana has your microclimate forecast.

"This will also occur as King Tides return," the service said. "These events will overlap to create hazardous conditions in the surf zone/beach areas along with minor coastal flooding."

On a positive note, the chances of rain in the upcoming days will bring relief to fire danger areas across the region.

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