By City News Service
A high surf advisory has been posted for some beaches in Southern California for tonight, Monday and Tuesday.
The National Weather Service predicted that a moderate swell out of the west-northwest, which should cause breakers up to 6 feet high to roll in to west-facing beaches starting Sunday night.
By Monday morning, waves on west-facing beaches will be around 4-7 feet high, with local sets up to 10 feet possible at some sweet spots, generally north of Newport Beach.
The waves will settle down Tuesday, the NWS predicted.
Lunar high tides in Santa Monica Bay were predicted to crest at 5.9 feet at 1:19 a.m. Monday, and again at 1:52 a.m. Tuesday.