CARLSBAD, Calif. -- A shark advisory at a Carlsbad beach will stay in effect through 2 p.m. Saturday, officials said Friday.
The advisory was issued after Carlsbad lifeguards reported a possible shark sighting near Tower 34 Friday morning.
The beach has not been shut down, but signs have been posted between the jetties by the power plant and Carlsbad Village Drive warning beach-goers of the shark risk.
Shark Advisory signs have been posted between the jetties by the Power Plant and Carlsbad Village Drive until 2 p.m. tomorrow. Beachgoers may contact a lifeguard for more info pic.twitter.com/gqNQAkPNJf
— City of Carlsbad, CA (@carlsbadcagov) August 2, 2019