High Surf at Torrey Pines State Beach
With El Niño here, Southern California has been experiencing some high surf and tides. On December 12, 2015, Tim Forkes went to Torrey Pines State Beach in La Jolla, CA to record the waves and the tide.
Along with the beachgoers were the usual birds and some unusual ones: motorized hang gliders.
The video was shot about 1 p.m., just as the high tide was going out. Even at that time the tide and surf was covering the entire beach, which when normal, rarely gets within 100 feet of the rocky berm. We can estimate the tide was at approximately 2.5 feet.
Below is the video from the Torrey Pines.
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