A Pacific storm created strong swells along the Southern California coast, causing flooding in Oxnard, Ventura County. The coastal areas are also expected to be hit with large waves and high surf over the weekend. Coastal flood and high surf advisories are in effect for much of Southern California’s coast, with the potential for damage to piers and jetties. The anticipated high surf has led to closures of public beaches in Oxnard from Friday through Sunday. In Los Angeles County, a high surf advisory and coastal flood advisory are in place until Saturday night, with waves of 7 to 12 feet expected. Localized sets of 15 to 20 feet are possible in some areas. Orange County will also experience coastal flood and high surf advisories until Monday, with waves of 6 to 10 feet expected. The storm may also bring light to moderate rain on Friday night into Saturday and again on Sunday. The Ventura County Fire Department has advised people to stay away from the water, as there have been multiple rescues and areas have been flooded, resulting in injuries. Overall, the Southern California coast is facing a series of advisories and warnings related to the strong storm and high surf conditions.