Rip Tide

Rip currents can happen at any time. The media tends to warn the public only when conditions are severe, such as when a tropical storm approaches. All that is really needed is the proper bathing conditions and sufficient flow of water from tidal or wave forces to cause water to seek its own level and a rip current develops. Rip currents have no respect for bathing hours. In fact, most drownings take place before or after posted bathing hours or …


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