The National Weather Service issued a high surf waring through 3 am on Friday December 29. The warning applies to the central and Northern California coastline, meaning those in SF and the Bay Area are effected.
The NWS warns the the conditions are potentially deadly in the alert, instructing people to stay away from the water. The alert advices staying off of rocks and jetties, never turning your back to the coast, and keeping any pets on leash and away from the water.
The waves are a massive 28-33 feet high hitting the west coast of California beaches. The conditions are considered hazardous by the NWS, but luckily the alert is only in effect until 3 am on Friday.
The Bay Area can expect some turbulent weather in the following days with a wind advisory going into place at 7 am on Friday morning with winds of 20-30 mph forecasted. Plus, a coastal flood warning was also released until 2 pm on Friday.
For more information and updated forecasts, check the National Weather Service website.