Sturdy surf threw wave cyclists around on Tuesday early morning in Seal Beach, as conditions tidied up a day after the huge tornado rolled through Orange County.
Waves were approximated in the 4-to-7-foot array, going down slightly from the previous day, baseding on Surfline.com. The National Climate Service has a high browse advising posted till 8 p.m. today.
Waves were estimated in the 5-foot-to-10-foot variety in Huntington Beach, and 4 to 8 feet in locations of Newport Beach.
Salt Creek in Dana Point saw waves in the 5-foot-to-8-foot array.
Surf is expected to go down to 3 to 4 feet on Wednesday or even less on Thursday.