Kids braved the chilly waters on a cloudy day at Pismo Beach pier. Storm surge and high tides created pools of water high up on the beach. A young surfer watches the waves before he attempts to go out. Over the rainy weekend, Pismo Beach received 0.4 inches of rain; San Luis Obispo received 0.56 inches; and Santa Margarita received 1.1 inch of rain, according to San Luis Obispo County Water Resources.
Kids braved the chilly waters on a cloudy day at Pismo Beach pier. Storm surge and high tides created pools of water high up on the beach. A young surfer watches the waves before he attempts to go out. Over the rainy weekend, Pismo Beach received 0.4 inches of rain; San Luis Obispo received 0.56 inches; and Santa Margarita received 1.1 inch of rain, according to San Luis Obispo County Water Resources. Laura Dickinson ldickinson@thetribunenews.com
Kids braved the chilly waters on a cloudy day at Pismo Beach pier. Storm surge and high tides created pools of water high up on the beach. A young surfer watches the waves before he attempts to go out. Over the rainy weekend, Pismo Beach received 0.4 inches of rain; San Luis Obispo received 0.56 inches; and Santa Margarita received 1.1 inch of rain, according to San Luis Obispo County Water Resources. Laura Dickinson ldickinson@thetribunenews.com

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October 18, 2016 5:04 AM

Surf’s up in Pismo Beach thanks to storm surge

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