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fzus51 kbox 060822
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riz006-062000-
washington ri-
including the beaches of narragansett, charlestown, and westerly
421 am edt thu aug 6 2020

.today...
rip current risk*...........low. 
surf height.................around 3 feet. 
uv index**..................very high. 
water temperature...........in the lower 70s. 
weather.....................mostly sunny. 
high temperature............in the lower 80s. 
winds.......................northeast winds around 5 mph, becoming 
                            south in the afternoon.
tides...
   watch hill point.........high 2.8 feet (mllw) 11:13 am edt.
                            low 0.2 feet (mllw) 05:06 pm edt.
   point judith (harbor)....high 3.3 feet (mllw) 10:43 am edt.
                            low 0.3 feet (mllw) 04:34 pm edt.
   narragansett pier........high 3.4 feet (mllw) 10:21 am edt.
                            low 0.3 feet (mllw) 04:01 pm edt.

.friday...
rip current risk*...........low. 
surf height.................around 2 feet. 
weather.....................cloudy. areas of fog. a chance of 
                            showers and a slight chance of 
                            thunderstorms. 
high temperature............in the mid 70s. 
winds.......................east winds 5 to 10 mph.
tides...
   watch hill point.........high 2.7 feet (mllw) 11:55 am edt.
                            low 0.3 feet (mllw) 05:48 pm edt.
   point judith (harbor)....high 3.2 feet (mllw) 11:22 am edt.
                            low 0.4 feet (mllw) 05:10 pm edt.
   narragansett pier........high 3.3 feet (mllw) 11:03 am edt.
                            low 0.4 feet (mllw) 04:43 pm edt.

.saturday...surf height around 3 feet. mostly cloudy. a chance of
showers and a slight chance of thunderstorms. highs in the upper 70s.
northeast winds around 5 mph. 
.sunday...surf height around 2 feet. mostly sunny. highs in the lower
80s. southwest winds around 5 mph. 
.monday...surf height around 2 feet. mostly sunny. a slight chance of
showers. highs in the mid 80s. southwest winds around 10 mph.

&&

rip current risk category
* low risk - the risk for rip currents is low, however,
life-threatening rip currents often occur in the vicinity of groins,
jetties, reefs, and piers.
* moderate risk - life-threatening rip currents are possible in the
surf zone.
* high risk - life-threatening rip currents are likely in the surf
zone.

** for thunderstorm, waterspout, and uv definitions see:
https://www.weather.gov/beach/box

$$
fzus51 kokx 060714
srfokx

nyz080-062200-
southwestern suffolk-
including the beaches of gilgo state park and robert moses state park
314 am edt thu aug 6 2020

...please check with your local authorities on potential beach
closures...

.today...
rip current risk............low. 
surf height.................around 2 feet. 
thunderstorm potential......none. 
uv index**..................high. 
surf temperature............lower 70s. 
weather.....................partly sunny. 
high temperature............around 80. 
winds.......................northeast winds around 5 mph, becoming 
                            southeast in the afternoon.
tides...
   fire island inlet........high at 09:55 am edt.
                            low at 04:12 pm edt. 
sunrise.....................5:55 am. 
sunset......................8:02 pm. 

.friday...
rip current risk............low. 
surf height.................around 3 feet. 
thunderstorm potential......low. little chance of thunderstorms. 
weather.....................cloudy. showers likely with isolated 
                            thunderstorms. 
high temperature............upper 70s. 
winds.......................east winds around 10 mph.
tides...
   fire island inlet........high at 10:39 am edt.
                            low at 04:52 pm edt. 
sunrise.....................5:56 am. 
sunset......................8:01 pm. 

.saturday...partly sunny. a chance of showers. highs upper 70s. east
winds around 5 mph. 
.sunday...sunny. highs lower 80s. southwest winds around 5 mph. 
.monday...mostly sunny. highs lower 80s. southwest winds around
10 mph.

&&

rip current risk categories:

* low risk - implies that wind and wave conditions do not support an
enhanced rip current risk. however, life-threatening rip currents are
always possible in the vicinity of groins, jetties, reefs, and piers.

* moderate risk - life-threatening rip currents are possible in the
surf zone. anyone planning to enter the surf should check with local
beach patrols first. be sure to swim within sight of a life guard,
and never alone or at night.

* high risk - life-threatening rip currents are likely for all people
entering the surf zone. anyone visiting the beaches should stay out
of the surf.

if you enter the surf zone, always have a flotation device with you
and swim near a lifeguard. if caught in a rip current, relax and
float, and do not swim against the current. if able, swim in a
direction following the shoreline. if unable to escape, face the
shore and yell or wave for help.

for uv index definitions plus more on rip current and beach safety,
see: https://www.weather.gov/beach/okx

$$
fzus51 kokx 060714
srfokx

nyz081-062200-
southeastern suffolk-
including the beaches of smith point, cupsogue beach, 
hither hills state park, and ditch plains
314 am edt thu aug 6 2020

...please check with your local authorities on potential beach
closures...

.today...
rip current risk............low. 
surf height.................around 2 feet. 
thunderstorm potential......none. 
uv index**..................high. 
surf temperature............lower 70s. 
weather.....................mostly sunny. 
high temperature............around 80. 
winds.......................northeast winds around 5 mph, becoming 
                            southeast in the afternoon.
tides...
   shinnecock inlet.........high at 10:11 am edt.
                            low at 03:33 pm edt. 
sunrise.....................5:50 am. 
sunset......................7:58 pm. 

.friday...
rip current risk............low. 
surf height.................around 3 feet. 
thunderstorm potential......low. little chance of thunderstorms. 
weather.....................cloudy. showers likely with isolated 
                            thunderstorms. 
high temperature............upper 70s. 
winds.......................east winds around 10 mph.
tides...
   shinnecock inlet.........high at 10:54 am edt.
                            low at 04:13 pm edt. 
sunrise.....................5:51 am. 
sunset......................7:57 pm. 

.saturday...partly sunny. a chance of showers. highs mid 70s. east
winds around 5 mph. 
.sunday...sunny. highs upper 70s. southwest winds around 10 mph. 
.monday...mostly sunny. highs around 80. southwest winds around
10 mph.

&&

rip current risk categories:

* low risk - implies that wind and wave conditions do not support an
enhanced rip current risk. however, life-threatening rip currents are
always possible in the vicinity of groins, jetties, reefs, and piers.

* moderate risk - life-threatening rip currents are possible in the
surf zone. anyone planning to enter the surf should check with local
beach patrols first. be sure to swim within sight of a life guard,
and never alone or at night.

* high risk - life-threatening rip currents are likely for all people
entering the surf zone. anyone visiting the beaches should stay out
of the surf.

if you enter the surf zone, always have a flotation device with you
and swim near a lifeguard. if caught in a rip current, relax and
float, and do not swim against the current. if able, swim in a
direction following the shoreline. if unable to escape, face the
shore and yell or wave for help.

for uv index definitions plus more on rip current and beach safety,
see: https://www.weather.gov/beach/okx


$$

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