The National Weather Service is warning people along the coast about large swells that are expected to pound the California shoreline on Wednesday.
Waves are slated to peak anywhere from 10 to 14 feet in some spots throughout the day, according to the NWS.
Aside from the swells, the NWS is also warning the public about sneaker waves and rip currents.
Beaches along the Sonoma County coast all the way south to Monterey County are in the crosshairs for the large swells.
Surf Round Up - Long period swell continues to impact the coast. Use caution on area beaches. #casurf #KnowYourLimits 🌊 🏄♀️🏄♂️ pic.twitter.com/NkJLr7gd5F— NWS Bay Area (@NWSBayArea) November 29, 2017
High energy, long period waves continue to arrive along the coast. Latest buoy reports are around 20 seconds with wave heights from 8 to 15 feet. Locals and visitors should take extra caution while visiting area beaches today. #neverturnyourbackontheocean https://t.co/uN8yPlzXB9— NWS Bay Area (@NWSBayArea) November 29, 2017
Long period swells arriving along our coast. At 10 pm...Bodega Bay Buoy 13 reports 10 feet at 21 seconds, Half Moon Bay Buoy 12 reports 7 feet at 21 seconds. San Francisco Buoy 26 reports 7 feet at 24 seconds.— NWS Bay Area (@NWSBayArea) November 29, 2017