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SRFBRO

SURF ZONE FORECAST
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE BROWNSVILLE TX
409 AM CDT TUE JUL 29 2014

...FOR THE BEACHES OF SOUTH PADRE ISLAND AND BOCA CHICA...

TXZ251-256-257-GMZ130-292300-
KENEDY-CAMERON-WILLACY-
409 AM CDT TUE JUL 29 2014

RIP CURRENT RISK:      LOW RISK. MARINE CONDITIONS DO NOT SUPPORT THE
                       DEVELOPMENT OF RIP CURRENTS. HOWEVER, RIP CURRENTS
                       ARE POSSIBLE, ESPECIALLY IN THE VICINITY OF THE SOUTH
                       PADRE ISLAND JETTY. KNOW HOW TO SWIM AND HEED THE
                       ADVICE OF THE BEACH PATROL.

ULTRAVIOLET INDEX:     EXTREME. WEAR A WIDE-BRIMMED HAT AND SUNGLASSES,
                       AND USE SUNSCREEN OF SPF 15 OR HIGHER. REMAIN IN
                       THE SHADE IF POSSIBLE.

WEATHER:               MOSTLY SUNNY.

TEMPERATURES:          HIGHS AROUND 90.

WIND:                  SOUTHEAST 10 TO 15 MPH.

WAVE HEIGHTS:          1 TO 2 FEET.

SURF TEMPERATURE:      77 DEGREES.

BAY TEMPERATURE:       82 DEGREES.

TIDES:                 A HIGH AT 7 AM. A MINOR LOW AT 12 14 PM.
                       A MINOR HIGH AT 3 07 PM. A LOW AT 11 11 PM.

OUTLOOK:               THE LOW RIP CURRENT RISK IS EXPECTED TO CONTINUE
                       THROUGH THE END OF THE WORK WEEK AS HIGH PRESSURE
                       DOMINATES THE WESTERN GULF.

TO LEARN MORE ABOUT RIP CURRENT SAFETY, VISIT THE NATIONAL WEATHER
SERVICE RIP CURRENT WEBSITE AT WWW.RIPCURRENTS.NOAA.GOV.

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