The San Diego and Orange County coastlines are under a coastal flood advisory for Saturday evening because of higher-than-average tides.
Low-lying roads and parking lots near the water’s edge may experience minor flooding at high tide, the National Weather Service said.
The high tide is expected to be 6.7 feet at 10:45 p.m. in La Jolla, forecasters said.
Tides are always higher around a new moon, and that’s what’s contributing to the conditions, weather service forecaster Miguel Miller said. High water levels over the last few days led to the advisory, he said.
Minor road flooding was reported in Newport Beach on Wednesday.
— City News Service
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