Swimmers Warned To Keep An Eye Out For Rip CurrentsOn a weekend packed with outdoor activities like beach days, swimmers are warned to keep safe and keep an eye out for rip currents.
Gusty Winds Cause High Rip Current Risk, Beach ErosionA cool front has brought some higher winds which have caused some pretty big waves and rough surf along our beaches.
Cautioned Urged At Beach Due To Rip Current Risk As Spring Break winds down for most South Florida kids, a last trip to the beach may be on the agenda. Those going should be careful around the water due to dangerous rip currents.
Rip Currents, Jellyfish Plague Miami BeachMiami Beach is getting a little break after what has been a busy week.
Beachgoers Beware: Rip Current Advisory Extended In South Florida South Florida beachgoers beware, there’s another rip current advisory Tuesday along the coastline.
Rip Currents Prompt Dozens Of Rescues At South Florida BeachesRed flags are flying for a fourth straight day at South Florida beaches signaling rough seas and potentially dangerous rip currents.
Rip Currents Pose Threat To Swimmers Rip currents are making the beaches a little treacherous in parts of South Florida.
Hoosiers Football Player Rescued From Rip Current In FloridaAn Indiana University Hoosiers football player was rescued by a friend who said he acted on instinct when the group got caught in a rip current.
March Kicks Off Rip Current Season With the start of Spring about a week away, thousands of college students on break will join snowbirds along our beautiful beaches. While relaxing on the beach and having fun in the surf is all part of a South Florida vacation, there is a hidden danger that they may not be aware of.
High Risk Of Rip Currents Saturday The first official day of winter is here, but with South Florida’s warm temperatures saying otherwise, weather experts are warning beach-goers of dangerous rip currents.
State Officials: Swimmers Beware Of Rip CurrentsSouth Florida is one of those places where ocean-swimming is still a pastime in the month of November. But, Florida’s emergency managers are warning swimmers of a high risk of rip currents through Tuesday.
Gusty Winds, High Tides Cause Coastal Concerns 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.