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urgent - immediate broadcast requested
coastal hazard message for north carolina...corrected
national weather service newport/morehead city nc
903 pm edt mon aug 29 2016
...high threat of rip currents for all beaches from surf city to
duck...
.tropical depression 8 will approach the outer banks tonight and
tuesday and generate significant long period swells that will lead
to dangerous rip currents for all beaches, and dangerous shore
break from oregon inlet to cape lookout.
ncz095-098-103-104-301315-
/o.cor.kmhx.bh.s.0011.000000t0000z-160831t0000z/
carteret-onslow-outer banks dare-outer banks hyde-
903 pm edt mon aug 29 2016
...beach hazards statement now in effect through tuesday
evening...
* hazards...high threat of rip currents.
* location...all beaches from surf city to duck.
* timing and tides...the best chance for strong rip currents will
be a few hours either side of low tide...which occurs between
1230 pm and 130 pm tuesday. however...significant long period
swells will make conditions dangerous during at all times.
precautionary/preparedness actions...
swim near a lifeguard. if caught in a rip current remain calm.
don't fight the current. swim in a direction following the
shoreline. when out of the current, swim back to shore. if tired,
float or tread water until out of the rip current. if unable to
escape, face the shore and call or wave for help.
shore break occurs when waves break directly on the beach. the
most common injuries with strong shore break are neck and back
injuries...which most often occur when the powerful surf throws a
swimmer or surfer head first into the bottom. it is extremely
important to protect your head and neck whenever you are in
breaking waves by keeping your hands in front of you at all times.
$$

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