Storm Waves…

29E2512E-6C93-4971-BE5E-5B0DDCE437B3I will be interested in seeing how the predicted storm waves of today will impact the sea wall at Mud Creek.






The water you see above (shiny spot) is from waves pounding OVER the sea wall. The sea wall has taken a beating, even before this storm and today’s monster waves! Love to see it tomorrow.

~ by bigsurkate on December 17, 2018.

6 Responses to “Storm Waves…”

  1. It’s like child’s play for the power of the ocean waves.


  2. …. CalTrans has more projects for ’19 thanks to this latest one…


  3. It was crazy today at Lopez point, I can still hear the roar of the surf from inside the house! Waves were crashing over the top of Lopez rock and they washed the rock clean from all the bird guano. It’s no longer white on top!


  4. Wow. B told me some of what he witnessed on the coast today. Sounded amazing. Do not forward, for intended, named recipient above, only.


  5. Waves that normally break 50 to 100 yards off of the beach between Santa Rosa and Leffingwell on Moonstone, were breaking 1/4 to 1/2 mile out, reforming and breaking again about 200 yards off shore.


  6. My son was describing that same phenomena off Limekiln and Pacific Valley – also described as one huge, long wave! Do not forward, for intended, named recipient above, only.


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