San Diego County Coastal Areas Severe Watches & Warnings NOAA Weather Radio

Beach Hazard Statement
Statement as of 10:42 PM PST on November 27, 2014

...Beach hazards statement remains in effect from 6 am PST Friday through Saturday afternoon...

* surf...3 to 5 feet with occasional sets to 7 feet along west facing beaches. Highest surf will be in San Diego County south of La Jolla.

* Timing...Friday and Saturday

* impacts...strong rip currents and dangerous swimming conditions for inexperienced swimmers.

Precautionary/preparedness actions...

A beach hazards statement for elevated surf means that waves will be high enough to cause danger to swimmers in the water. Elevated surf also frequently results in strong rip currents which can drag people away from the shore and possibly result in drowning. Always swim near a lifeguard.

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Record Report
Statement as of 4:22 PM PST on November 27, 2014

...Highest maximum temperature records broken or tied on Nov 27 2014 ...

Location new record old record period of record

San Diego 85 83 in 1903 1875 Riverside 91 89 in 1945 1893 Santa Ana 90 86 in 1922 1906 Chula Vista 86 85 in 2011 1918 Escondido 89 86 in 1945 1900 alpine 86 84 in 2011 1952 El Cajon 91 87 in 2011 1979 big bear 69 68 in 2011 1960 Palomar Mountain 78 74 in 1977 1901 Lake Cuyamaca 84 77 in 1977 1899

...Highest minimum temperature records broken or tied on Nov 27 2014 ...

Location new record old record period of record

Oceanside Harbor 58 tied 58 in 2002 1909 Vista 58 tied 58 in 2002 1957