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Sneaker wave warning for this weekend

The National Weather Service has issued a sneaker wave warning for our area. Exercise caution along the shoreline and stay away from beached logs.

Big tides hit the beaches

And despite warnings from posted signs and verbal cautions from passers by people still wandered onto the beaches without a moments hesitancy. "I don't want to see anyone hurt, "said an onlooker at the D River wayside which was packed with sightseers, "but they sure would deserve it if they did."

King Tide Excursions with Newport Parks and Recreation

“Shore Acres has special underwater topography that can create huge waves if conditions are right so we are hopeful with it being winter and king tides, we’ll see some action.”

King Tide reigns over Lincoln City beaches

Wave watchers were out in force in Lincoln City Sunday as the Pacific Ocean took over beaches powered by King and Perigean Tides.

NWS: High sneaker wave threat for weekend

National Weather Service Portland issued a Beach Hazards Statement for the Central Oregon Coast calling for an increased chance of sneaker waves for Saturday and Sunday.

Sneaker waves possible for Lincoln City

National Weather Service Portland issued a Beach Hazards Statement for possible sneaker waves through Friday morning due to a pair of storm systems from the Gulf of Alaska.

Alaskan storm prompts sneaker wave alert

National Weather Service Portland issued a Beach Hazards Statement for possible sneaker waves that may occur Sunday into Monday.

NWS issues High Surf Advisory

National Weather Service Portland is warning of breakers up to 27 feet for the North and Central Oregon Coast that could cause damage and injury.

NWS issues high surf advisory for Oregon Coast

National Weather Service Portland issued a "high surf advisory" early Saturday morning for the northern and central Oregon Coast calling for destructive surf and sneaker waves Sunday into Monday.

NWS: Sneaker waves possible Sunday

National Weather Service Portland issued a "beach hazards statement" Saturday for north and central Oregon coasts predicting sneaker waves Sunday morning through Sunday evening. 

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