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Posted: Tue Mar 28 04:10:28 2017

...Potential Limited Visibility this Morning Surrounding Patchy Fog and Ongoing Smoldering Burns...

...Moderate Risk of Dangerous Rip Currents At Area Beaches...


State Road 528 is closed this morning from I 95 to State Road 520 due to limited visibility. Patchy fog early this morning will promote poor visibility at times especially near smoldering burn areas.

Persistent incoming east swells will continue to produce a high end Moderate Risk of strong and dangerous rip currents. The surf will be dangerous for all levels of swimmers. If you choose to enter the surf, do so within sight of a lifeguard and never swim alone.

Temperatures will remain above normal with highs in the lower 80s along the east coast and generally middle 80s into the interior.

Posted by Meteorologist - tes


Posted: Mon Mar 27 10:49:00 2017

...High Risk of Rip Currents Again Today...


Northeast to East winds will not be as strong today and combined with warm temperatures, may make the surf look more inviting. The incoming east swells will produce a High Risk of strong rip currents. The surf will be dangerous for all levels of swimmers. If you choose to enter the surf, do so within sight of a lifeguard and never swim alone.

The long period swells will also produce hazardous conditions near inlets for small craft, especially during the outgoing tide. The threat will be greatest from late morning through late afternoon.

Seas will build to 4 to 6 feet offshore and small craft should exercise caution here.

Posted by Meteorologist - sms


Posted: Mon Mar 27 04:12:27 2017

...High Risk of Rip Currents Again Today...


Northeast to East winds will not be as strong today and combined with warm temperatures, may make the surf look more inviting. The incoming east swells will produce a High Risk of strong rip currents. The surf will be dangerous for all levels of swimmers. If you choose to enter the surf, do so within sight of a lifeguard and never swim alone.

The long period swells will also produce hazardous conditions near inlets for small craft, especially during the outgoing tide. The threat will be greatest from late morning through late afternoon.

Seas will build to 4 to 6 feet offshore and small craft should exercise caution here.

Posted by Meteorologist - tes