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Huge Waves Observed on West Coast

California, USA
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Light Walleman gets a good look at a wave that crashed ashore in Morro Bay on Sunday. Waves reached 17 to 19 feet along San Luis Obispo County’s coast. The National Weather Service has issued a flood warning through noon today; to find out more, see Page A2. TRIBUNE PHOTO BY JAYSON MELLOM

Observers of the elephant seal rookery
north of Cambria reported that many pup seals were being swept out to sea by this weekend’s high swells. An estimated 5 percent to 10 percent of pup seals, on average, are swept away by strong waves in January and February. The peak of the southwesterly swells, which reached 17 to 19 feet, occurred Sunday afternoon and will gradually decrease by Wednesday.

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