PORTLAND, Ore. – Dangerous waves continued to batter the Oregon and Washington coasts Friday.

A High Surf Advisory expired Friday afternoon, but a High Wind Watch will be in effect from Saturday evening through Sunday morning from the Central Oregon Coast to the South Washington Coast.

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The high surf caused dangerous rip currents and beach erosion. The NWS said it was dangerous to venture near the beaches.

Photos: Huge waves at Cape Kiwanda

On Thursday, a man was swept out to sea in Depoe Bay. A search was suspended later that night.

In Lincoln City, waves slammed into a few beachfront motels and restaurants. One woman was thrown across her room at Sea Gypsy Motel.

More: Giant wave throws woman across room in Lincoln City

Damage at Sea Gypsy Motel, Kyllo's Seafood and Grill and Sandcastle Beachfront Motel was expected to be more than $1 million, according to North Lincoln Fire Rescue.

Photos: Storm damage in Lincoln City