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This is KBUU News - Day 388 - the Monday Headlines:

  • =    Mo says frickin’ awesome. Surf of up to 6 feet coming from the west. 
  • =    Plans to rebuild Civic Center Way go to the Planning Commission tonight.
  • =    The Edison company is testing computers that can seek out weak power lines.
  • =    The Coastal Commission will meet in Malibu next week … then take a tour of Malibu Bluffs Park.

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The National Weather Service has issued a ….BEACH HAZARDS STATEMENT through

10 PM PST THIS EVENING...

Elevated surf between 3 and 6 feet with local sets to 7 feet across exposed west facing beaches.

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Plans to reconstruct Civic Center Way go before the Planning Commission tonight.  No … it’s not going to be widened.  Details:   https://www.radiomalibu.net/blueprints-for-civic-center-way/ .

Link to Public Works Department agenda report: https://www.malibucity.org/AgendaCenter/ViewFile/Item/4029?fileID=9984 .

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The California Coastal Commission will have a most unusual meeting … in Malibu Canyon … this month. The Commission may take a field trip to visit Malibu Bluffs Park on the afternoon of Friday December 13th.   Details: https://www.radiomalibu.net/coastal-comm-meets-in-malibu/ 

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Southern California Edison officials say they are testing a new technology that can detect power line problems before blackouts and bigger disasters.Details:  https://www.radiomalibu.net/sce-testing-computers/

This story is based on reporting by the Associated Press: https://apnews.com/da5c00f7a5c14e77b7e7c74b43149d2c

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The Santa Monica Pier is 102 years old. 

And a new exhibit at the Santa Monica History Museum is celebrating that … with an exhibition of more than 50 photographs, maps, letters and other pier stuff.

The Santa Monica Daily Press reports the centerpiece is a document that was sent to investors back in 1917 by Charles Looff …. the architect behind the Santa Monica Pier. 

The Looff prospectus is a scrapbook featuring photos of the pier’s attractions, maps of the transportation to the pier, bank statements, diagrams of attraction placements and inventories of the pier’s amenities. 

Photos from the original 1917 prospectus have been blown up and placed around the museum … overlaid with present-day photographs from the same viewpoint,

Curators used ladders, drones a tripod balanced on the top of a truck to get those photos..

The exhibit is called the “Santa Monica Pleasure Pier: A Look Back to 1917 from Today,” 

It’s at the Santa Monica History Museum … a treasure trove of local information … 

It’s at the corner of Sixth Street and Santa Monica Boulevard.

The full story is here: https://www.smdp.com/new-exhibit-traces-history-of-santa-monica-pier/183436

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Rainfall totals over the past week show that up to 3 inches of rain have fallen in Malibu … in some places.

Other parts of Malibu got much less … down to an inch and a third. 

More rain is on tap. 

An atmospheric river is coming ashore up north … near San Francisco it is raining like crazy.

Mountains near Santa Cruz have had 10 inches of rain from this latest storm alone. 

The next storm is slowing down … bu ti looks like we’ll get about an inch of rain starting Wednesday morning. 

And this one may be intense enough to trigger debris flows in the Woolsey Fire burn area … and rockfalls in the rest of the Santa Monica Mountains. 

And yet another storm may hit Saturday. 

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Weather for the Malibu ….

((((   Partly sunny  )))) … highs  ((((   62  )))) beaches … ((((   66   )))) mountains and canyons. 

Downcoast winds …  (((   up to 15   )))) miles per hour this afternoon.

Sunset tonight is at   ((((    4:45   )))).

After that … (((  cloudy   )))) tonight … low ((((   54   )))) beaches …  ((((  46   )))) mountains and canyons.

Tomorrow should be   ((((   cloudy …. with a 90 percent chance of rain or a thunderstorm tomorrow night. 

Heavy rain and winds up to 25 miles an hour are possible Wednesday.   )))).

Right now here at the KBUU studios in Trancas … it’s  ((((       )))) degrees.

Leo Carrillo beach … (((    ))).

Paradise Cove … (((    ))).

Big Rock … (((    ))).

In upper Malibu Canyon … (((    ))).

Calabasas … (((    ))).

And Civic Center L-A … (((    ))).

In the ocean … it’s ((((       )))) degrees in the water at Zuma Beach.

Mo says the waves at Surfrider Beach today are   ((((    )))) feet high …. 

 

Those are ((((  frickin amazin )))) surfing conditions …. according to Mo.

(((((   tide is at     12:29 

8:24 ide is at  .))))

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