All beaches all through Los Angeles County were incidentally shut Friday because of potential lightning strikes.
Lifeguards shut down all sea shores from Zuma to Marina del Rey at 10 a.m. as the most recent rush of a cruel winter storm moved through the locale.
The sea shores were resumed soon after 3 p.m.
Occupants were additionally advised to try not to go into the sea because of microorganisms, chemicals, flotsam and jetsam, garbage, and other general health dangers because of the tempest.
People who enter the water in these territories could turn out to be sick, authorities said.
The water warning will stay essentially through Monday morning.