SAN DIEGO — As temperatures are expected to be warm this weekend, many will head to the beach. The county has issued excessive bacteria advisories for three popular beaches and/or bodies of water.
The Ocean Beach Dog Beach has an advisory for bacteria levels that may exceed health standards. Officials say water contact should be avoided in the area until further notice.
SD County Beach Advisory issued for San Diego River outlet (Dog Beach), Ocean Beach. More info at https://t.co/fvWGWvTDhb
— SD County Beach Info (@SDBeachH2O) August 13, 2019
In North County, there is a bacteria advisory for Moonlight Beach at Cottonwood Creek in Encinitas.
SD County Beach Advisory issued for Moonlight Beach, Encinitas. More info at https://t.co/ZI6XkIWqCW
— SD County Beach Info (@SDBeachH2O) August 15, 2019
The third advisory is for Santa Clara Cove in Mission Bay. The popular swimming area should be avoided until bacteria levels subside, county officials said.
SD County Beach Advisory issued for Santa Clara Cove – swim area, Mission Bay. More Info at https://t.co/fvWGWvTDhb
— SD County Beach Info (@SDBeachH2O) August 14, 2019
For more information about current county advisories, click here.