11/22/2014 @ 8:52 am
Daily Surf Advisory:
The beach flags for South Walton will be changing to RED today. Red indicates that strong rip currents and high surf are present or have the potential to form.
Wave heights: Around 2 feet, with ENE winds @ 15-20 mph.
Inexperienced paddleboarders and kayakers should note winds and currents can push you away from shore very quickly. Do not exceed your skill capabilities, stay close to shore. Paddleboarders should always wear a leash and have a PFD attached to the board it is not worn. Kayakers must have a PFD for each person on the craft.
South Walton Fire District Lifeguards are NOT ON DUTY for the remainder of 2014. Lifeguards will resume patrolling the beaches on March 14, 2015.
Daily surf conditions and up to date beach safety flags can be seen at http://www.swfd.org/beach.php or Text “flag” to 67463* to receive up to date beach flag notifications on your mobile device.
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