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Red flags were flying up and down South Florida’s beaches on Tuesday as gusty wind created a high risk for rip currents.
CBS4 meteorologist Lissette Gonzalez said we can expect winds in the 18-25 mph range over the next day or so with gusts in the 30s. This creates dangerous in the water conditions for both swimmers and boaters.
The fix to a section of State Road A1A damaged late last year by higher than normal tides appears to be doing its job.
If you’re going to escape the holiday shopping madness by going to the beach, you’re asked to use extreme caution due to dangerous rip currents.
There’s a water warning for South Florida beachgoers this long holiday weekend. Beachgoers are being urged to use extreme caution due to dangerous rip currents.
Now that some really nice weather has settled in you may thinking about hitting the beach this weekend. If you do go, don’t plan on getting in the water.
High wind and pounding surf will continue to plague South Florida’s shoreline on Tuesday. Monday’s high tide caused some problems on A1A along Ft. Lauderdale beach.
Pounding surf and high tide caused a bit of problem on A1A along Ft. Lauderdale beach.
Now that the rain is gone, you may be planning on hitting the beach this weekend to soak up some sun. If you do go, don’t plan on going in the water.