SAN FRANCISCO (KGO) --It may have stopped raining in most parts of the Bay Area for now, but coastal areas are still under a flood advisory Monday morning.
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It's low tide, so coastal flooding is not a big concern at the moment. But that could change as the day goes on, peaking with high tide at 11:45 a.m.
The waves will be big - just not as big as they were over the weekend.
Some places saw 15-foot waves at times.
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Surfers hit the water at Fort Point in San Francisco. That spot will see 8 to 9-foot waves on Monday.
In Pacifica, waves are forecaster to be bigger -- double overhead or triple overhead. That's 12 to 13-foot waves.
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