MANHATTAN BEACH, Calif. (KABC) -- A high surf advisory is in effect along Southern California beaches until 6 p.m. Tuesday due to dangerous rip currents and waves.
According to the National Weather Service, waves could reach up to 10 feet and minor flooding is possible during high tides.
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A small craft advisory is in effect to indicate hazardous sea conditions for boaters.
The high surf results from a long-period west-northwest swell.
Watch Darsha Philips' report in the video above.
The Associated Press contributed to this report.
High surf advisory in effect for Southern California beaches