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Surfers Ride Huge Hurricane Swell in Southern California

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Surfers Ride Huge Hurricane Swell in Southern California

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Surfers are rejoicing in southern California, where a huge swell from Hurricane Marie was expected to generate waves as big as 25 feet on August 27. The National Weather Service issued a high surf advisory, warning that the swell, which has been described as the largest in a decade, would cause dangerous rip tides and possible flooding.This video captures surfers at the Wedge, in Newport Beach, which was expected to see the biggest waves. Credit: Instagram/hils713

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25 feet on August 27. The National Weather Service issued a high surf advisory, warning that the swell, which has been described as the largest in a decade, would cause dangerous rip tides and possible flooding.This video captures surfers at the Wedge, in Newport Beach, which was expected to see the biggest waves. Credit: Instagram/hils713">

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