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High surf advisory in effect for north, west shorelines

A high surf advisory is in effect for north- and west-facing shores statewide through 6 p.m. Thursday.

National Weather Service officials said north-facing waves will top out at heights of 14 feet to 18 feet tonight, dropping to 10 feet to 15 feet Thursday.

On the western shores, surf is expected to be 8 feet to 12 feet. Officials said the surf will gradually decline Wednesday night and Thursday.

Rip currents will make swimming difficult and dangerous, and beachgoers are advised to exercise caution when near the shoreline, officials said.

A high surf advisory is in effect for north- and west-facing shores statewide through 6 p.m. Thursday.

National Weather Service officials said north-facing waves will top out at heights of 14 feet to 18 feet tonight, dropping to 10 feet to 15 feet Thursday.

On the western shores, surf is expected to be 8 feet to 12 feet. Officials said the surf will gradually decline Wednesday night and Thursday.

Rip currents will make swimming difficult and dangerous, and beachgoers are advised to exercise caution when near the shoreline, officials said.

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