The National Weather Service reports that remnant wave energy from the tsunami caused by last week’s earthquake off the coast of Japan is still creating occasional surges in swells at local harbors Sunday afternoon.
Reports at harbors along the California coast show that an occasional surge of up to three feet is taking place at periodic intervals, according to the Weather Service.
The Weather Service warns boaters and beachgoers to use caution while they are in or near the water Sunday afternoon and evening because of periodic strong currents that could create hazardous conditions.
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