Hurricane Eugene lost strength off Mexico’s Pacific Coast and became a tropical storm, but still had enough juice to bring high surf and rip currents to south-facing beaches in Southern California
Surfers share a wave at the Wedge in Newport Beach.
A surfer rides under the curl of a wave at the Wedge in Newport Beach.
A bodyboarder snaps over the top of a wave and takes flight at the Wedge in Newport Beach.
An early morning rush at the Wedge in Newport Beach finds everyone trying to jump on the big waves.
Two surfers collide while trying to catch a wave at the Wedge in Newport Beach.
A surfer shoots into the air as high surf pounds Huntington Beach.
Framed through the pilings of the Huntington Beach pier, a surfer goes airborne off a big wave.
A surfer rides a big wave near the Huntington Beach pier.
Huntington Beach city junior lifeguards train amid the building surf.