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coastal hazard message
national weather service medford or
1021 pm pst tue mar 2 2021

south central oregon coast-curry county coast-
1021 pm pst tue mar 2 2021

...beach hazards statement in effect from thursday afternoon
through friday morning...

* what...southerly storm force winds are possible with gale force
  winds likely. this could create high surf with breaking waves 
  of 20 to 25 feet.

* where...south facing beaches and ports of southern oregon from
  charleston southward. this includes port orford and brookings

* when...thursday afternoon through friday morning. the best
  chance will occur thursday night.

* impacts...these conditions typically could bring waves into the
  parking lot of port orford and the rv park in brookings harbor.
  other south facing beaches could see very large waves which 
  could sweep logs and rocks, and anyone on them, out to sea.

* additional details...regardless of how the forecast turns out,
  the beaches will likely be a dangerous place during this time.
  it is not recommended to be on the beaches during the period of
  strong winds and large waves.

* view the hazard area in detail at 

precautionary/preparedness actions...

remain out of the water to avoid being swept out to sea and

stay off rocks, logs, and jetties.



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