High Surf Advisory in Effect as Huge Waves Hit SoCal Coast

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Just as a major storm was tapering off Sunday, the National Weather Service extended a high surf advisory throughout the coastal areas of Southern California.

The powerful storm brought rain, flooding and mudslides to the Southland over the weekend, while also forcing the evacuation of homes in areas affected by recent brush fires, causing a number of power outages and leading to the closure of some roads.

It also brought monstrous surf and high waves to the area.

Dramatic video from Santa Barbara caught a huge wave crashing through the window of Moby Dick restaurant on Stearns Wharf Saturday.

Lynette Romero reports for the KTLA 5 Morning News on Monday, March 3, 2014.

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