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Live Virtual Weather Spotter Class - Wednesday June 30 at 5 pm. Click here to register.

Published 2021-06-29

Heading to the beach? Know BEFORE you enter the water what rip currents are and how to escape them!

Published 2021-06-29

Rip currents are channelized currents of water flowing away from shore at surf beaches. Typically, they form at breaks in sandbars, and also near structures, such as jetties and piers, as well as cliffs that jut into the water. Rip currents are common and can be found on most surf beaches, including the Great Lakes and Gulf of Mexico.