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whus42 kmfl 231913

urgent - immediate broadcast requested
coastal hazard message
national weather service miami fl
313 pm edt sun apr 23 2017

coastal palm beach-coastal broward-coastal miami-dade-
313 pm edt sun apr 23 2017

...high rip current risk is cancelled...

the national weather service in miami has cancelled the high rip
current risk. however, a moderate risk of rip currents will remain
in effect through tonight.


whus42 kmlb 230704

coastal hazard message
national weather service melbourne fl
304 am edt sun apr 23 2017

southern brevard county-indian river-st. lucie-martin-
coastal volusia county-northern brevard county-
304 am edt sun apr 23 2017

...high rip current risk in effect from 8 am edt this morning
through this evening...

the national weather service in melbourne has issued a high rip
current risk, which is in effect from 8 am edt this morning
through this evening. 

* timing...strong rip currents will occur all day but the 
  greatest chance will occur between 9 am and 3 pm due to tidal 

* impacts...life threatening rip currents are likely. the surf 
  zone will be dangerous to all levels of swimmers.

precautionary/preparedness actions...

there is a high risk of rip currents.

rip currents are powerful channels of water flowing quickly away
from shore...which occur most often at low spots or breaks in the
sandbar and in the vicinity of structures such as jetties and
piers. heed the advice of lifeguards...beach patrol flags and

swim near a lifeguard. if caught in a rip current remain calm.
don't fight the current. swim in a direction following the
shoreline. if unable to escape...face the shore and call or wave
for help. if tired, float or tread water until out of the rip



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