South Florida beachgoers should beware of dangerous rip currents because they’re expected all week long along the Atlantic Coast.
Weekend beach-goers beware. The risk of potentially deadly rip currents along South Florida beaches is high this weekend thanks to ocean swells from Hurricane Leslie.
Beach-goers beware. The risk of potentially deadly rip currents along South Florida beaches is on the rise this week thanks to ocean swells from Tropical Storm Leslie.
A Northeast High School freshman was honored by the Broward School Board Wednesday for saving a young boy from a rip current.
A Miami Beach woman who barely survived some deadly rip currents that claimed the life of a friend is speaking out, saying she wished she had checked the forecast more carefully and thanking the Miami Beach Fire Rescue divers who “risked their lives.”
Gusting winds along the coastline will create the potential for deadly rip currents at the beach over the next few days.
Strong onshore winds Monday led to a higher than normal danger of rip currents, where swimmers can find themselves grabbed by currents that seem to pull them out to sea. That led to more than half a dozen arrests Wednesday on. Ft. Lauderdale Beach alone.
Gusting winds along the coastline will create the potential for deadly rip currents at the beach over the next day or so.
Two teens were plucked to safety from a bridge abutment in Haulover Cut Wednesday afternoon, after strong currents forced them to seek safety.
The U.S. Coast Guard ended their search for a swimmer who went missing off Ft. Pierce on Sunday after his body was found washed ashore in a state park area.