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coastal hazard message
national weather service wakefield va
407 am edt wed aug 27 2014

mdz025-vaz099-100-280000-
/o.ext.kakq.bh.s.0008.140827t0807z-140828t0000z/
maryland beaches-accomack-northampton va-
407 am edt wed aug 27 2014

...beach hazards statement now in effect through this evening...

* hazards...strong rip currents.

* timing...all day wednesday but most noticeable within a few 
  hours of low tide. 

* waves and surf...3 to 4 feet.

precautionary/preparedness actions...

a high risk of rip currents means wind and or wave conditions
support the development of very strong rip currents...especially
in the vicinity of jetties...piers...and sandbars. these rip
currents will be life-threatening to anyone who enters the surf.
be especially cautious with outgoing tides which improve rip
current formation. all beach goers should remain aware of
inherent dangers when entering the surf including swift longshore
currents...pounding shore break and shallow sand bars.

rip currents are strong...narrow channels of water that flow out
to sea. if you become caught in a rip current...remain calm. try
to swim on a course that is parallel to the beach until you get
away from the rip...then swim at an angle in to shore. do not try
to swim back to shore directly against the rip...since it can
exhaust and even kill the strongest swimmer.

always heed the advice of lifeguards. pay attention to flags and
signs posted near beach access points and lifeguard stations.

&&

$$
whus41 kphi 270854
cfwphi
693 

coastal hazard message
national weather service mount holly nj
454 am edt wed aug 27 2014

...high rip current risk...

.hurricane cristobal is forecast to pass well to the southeast of
the delaware and new jersey coasts tonight. however, long period
swells will continue to spread outward from the storm and they
will impact the delaware beaches and the jersey shore beginning
today.

dez004-njz014-024>026-272100-
/o.con.kphi.rp.s.0005.140827t1200z-140828t0300z/
delaware beaches-eastern monmouth-atlantic coastal cape may-
coastal atlantic-coastal ocean-
454 am edt wed aug 27 2014

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

* locations...the new jersey shore and the delaware beaches.

* risk of rip currents...high.

* surf height...3 to 5 feet.

precautionary/preparedness actions...

a high risk of rip currents implies that wind and/or wave
conditions will support the development of very strong rip
currents. these rip currents will be life threatening to anyone
who enters the surf.

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

&&

$$

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