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The king tides temporarily alter the landscape of Zuma Beach, creating an overflow onto the beach the morning of Saturday, Feb. 8. The day’s high tide, at 8:04 a.m., was 6.4 feet. Photos by Suzy Demeter/Surfside News
A tractor patrols Zuma Beach on Saturday, Feb. 8, to maintain and build sand dunes in front of structures as the king tides roll in.
Leo Carrillo’s beach is overtaken by the king tides early the morning of Saturday, Feb. 8. The recent round of king tides was the phenomenon’s second occurrence in 2020.
The view from the public access stairway at Broad Beach is shown on Saturday, Feb. 8.
Staff Report
7:41 pm PST February 10, 2020
A second round of king tides came to Malibu Feb. 8-9. King tides are typically 1-2 feet higher than an average tide, mimicking what the State projects California will see within the next few decades.