Wild winds and large waves battered Redondo Beach on Friday as the entire Los Angeles County Coast remained under a wind advisory from the National Weather service.
A wind advisory is declared when wind speeds are expected to exceed 35 mph. The wind advisory expired at 4 a.m. Friday.
According to unofficial data from Weather Underground, Redondo Beach saw maximum wind speeds of 18 mph, with gusts peaking at 33 mph. The nearest official data for NWS comes from Los Angeles International Airport, which measured maximum wind speeds of 32 mph and gusts at 38 mph.
A buoy in the Santa Monica Bay measured a top significant wave height at 9 feet on Thursday.
At the Redondo Beach Pier and King Harbor, big waves crashed onto the beach and over the sea wall. The high winds blew down many trash cans at Veteran's Park next door.
Friday will see sunny weather, temperatures in the high-50s and winds of 10-15 mph. Gusts could reach up to 25 mph.