(KRON) — The Bay Area is starting the weekend off with a beach hazard warning.
The National Weather Service said a High Surf Advisory is in effect from 5:12 a.m. until 8 p.m. Friday along the Monterey County coast.
“Buoy 28 off Point Piedras Blancas is reporting 15-16 foot swells at 15-16 seconds. Beach Hazards Statement remains from coastal Sonoma county to San Mateo county,” NWS tweeted.
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