Rip Currents

(CBS4) Rip current warning flags.

High Rip Current Risk Through Monday

Whipping winds along the coasts of Miami-Dade, Broward and Palm Beach counties have prompted emergency officials to issue a rip current warning through Monday.

CBS4–10/16/2011

(CBS4) Rip current warning flags.

Dangerous Rip Currents Lurk Off S. Fla. Beaches

South Florida beachgoers need to be cautious before going into the water. Dangerous rip currents remain along South Florida beaches and everyone needs to look for warning flags before going into the surf.

CBS4–10/07/2011

(CBS4) Rip current warning flags.

Beachgoers Beware Of Rip Currents

South Florida beachgoers need to be cautious before going into the water. There are dangerous rip currents along South Florida beaches and beaches up and down the southern Atlantic coastline.

CBS4–10/06/2011

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High Risk Of Rip Currents Expected Friday For S. Fla. Beaches

Officials are asking beachgoers in South Florida to use extreme cautions as a high risk of rip currents is expected Friday. Florida Division of Emergency Management officials are reminding beachgoers in Palm Beach, Broward and Miami-Dade counties to beware.

CBS4–06/10/2011

Red warning flags are flying along South Florida's shoreline to warn beachgoers about the high-risk of rip currents. (CBS4)

Beachgoers Beware Of Rip Currents

South Florida beachgoers may want to avoid the water due to potentially dangerous rip currents.

CBS4–06/02/2011

Red warning flags are flying along South Florida's shoreline to warn beachgoers about the high-risk of rip currents. (CBS4)

Beachgoers Should Beware Of Rip Currents

South Florida beachgoers may want to avoid the water due to potentially dangerous rip currents.

CBS4–06/01/2011

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Beautiful Beaches But Dangerous Rip Currents Across S. Fla.

South Florida is known for its beautiful beaches but this week the water may be dangerous due to powerful rip currents.

CBS4–05/31/2011

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Lifeguards Teach Dos, Don’ts For National Beach Safety Week

With Memorial Day weekend just around the corner, many tourists and South Floridians will hit the beach for a swim. That’s why Miami-Dade Fire Rescue is making sure beachgoers are safe on the sand and in the sea.

CBS4–05/26/2011

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Dangerous Rip Currents Through Tuesday

If you’re thinking about playing hooky tomorrow from work so you can hit the beach, don’t plan on going in the water.

CBS4–05/02/2011

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Guide: How To Escape From A Rip Current

CBSMiami.com Reminds Everyone Of What To Do If They Find Themselves Caught In A Rip Current

CBS4–04/08/2011

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