Rip currents most typically form at low spots or breaks in sandbars, and also near structures such as groins, jetties and piers. This warning flag is posted at 2nd Avenue Pier in Myrtle Beach in 2013. Today, forecasters warn ocean swimmers to use caution.
Rip currents most typically form at low spots or breaks in sandbars, and also near structures such as groins, jetties and piers. This warning flag is posted at 2nd Avenue Pier in Myrtle Beach in 2013. Today, forecasters warn ocean swimmers to use caution. Charles Slate cslate@thesunnews.com
Rip currents most typically form at low spots or breaks in sandbars, and also near structures such as groins, jetties and piers. This warning flag is posted at 2nd Avenue Pier in Myrtle Beach in 2013. Today, forecasters warn ocean swimmers to use caution. Charles Slate cslate@thesunnews.com

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Rip current risk increased today in ocean waters along Grand Strand; beaches under red flags

July 30, 2015 12:52 PM

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