Temperatures didn’t quite drop as far as we expected Friday morning, bottoming out in the low-to-mid 50’s around most of the area, with a few spots dropping to the upper 40’s.
South Florida beachgoers are being told to stay out of the water due to dangerous rip currents as Hurricane Sandy moves north.
Although South Florida’s weather has improved slightly in comparison to Thursday, a Tropical Storm Warning remains in place for the coast of South Florida and a Wind Advisory has been extended until 11:00 p.m. due to sustained winds ranging from 30 to 35 mph with gusts up to 50 mph throughout the day.
Whipping winds along the coastline will create the potential for deadly rip currents at the beach over the next day or so.
High gusty winds along the coastline will create the potential for deadly rip currents at the beach through midweek.
If you’re going to escape the holiday shopping madness by going to the beach, your’re urged to use extreme caution due to dangerous rip currents.
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.
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.