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FZUS52 KTAE 201504
SRFTAE

SURF ZONE FORECAST
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE TALLAHASSEE FL
1104 AM EDT SUN APR 20 2014


...MODERATE RISK OF RIP CURRENTS TODAY...


.THE SURF ZONE FORECAST GENERAL OUTLOOK...

ALTHOUGH SURF HEIGHTS ARE LIKELY TO BE LOW AND WINDS FROM AN
OFFSHORE DIRECTION...THERE MAY STILL BE A FEW LOCALLY STRONGER RIP
CURRENTS FROM THE RECENT SHIFTING OF SAND BARS WHEN THE SURF AND
WINDS WERE HIGHER A FEW DAYS AGO.


WATER TEMPERATURE:
66 DEGREES AT PANAMA CITY BEACH.
67 DEGREES AT THE FSU COASTAL AND MARINE LAB NEAR APALACHICOLA.


.TIDE INFORMATION FOR SUNDAY APRIL 20 2014...

SAINT MARKS RIVER ENTRANCE.
LOW 12:19 AM ... HIGH 06:53 AM ... LOW 11:50 AM ... HIGH 05:40 PM.

APALACHICOLA.
LOW 02:30 AM ... HIGH 10:18 AM ... LOW 01:59 PM ... HIGH 07:11 PM.

SAINT ANDREWS BAY AT PANAMA CITY.
LOW 12:15 AM ... HIGH 02:00 PM.

SUNRISE AND SUNSET IN TALLAHASSEE.
APRIL 20 2014: SUNRISE 705 AM EDT SUNSET 808 PM EDT


FLZ108-210000-
SOUTH WALTON-
1004 AM CDT SUN APR 20 2014

.TODAY...

RIP CURRENT RISK:   MODERATE
BEACH FLAGS:        YELLOW (UPDATED 10 AM LT)

.SAFETY INFORMATION...

STRONGER AND MORE FREQUENT RIP CURRENTS ARE EXPECTED TODAY. PEOPLE
SHOULD ENTER THE WATER ONLY IF THEY ARE EXPERIENCED WITH SWIMMING IN
THE SURF. NEVER SWIM ALONE...EVEN EXPERIENCED SWIMMERS...AND MAKE
SURE SOMEONE KNOWS WHERE YOU ARE IN THE WATER. IF CAUGHT IN A RIP
CURRENT...SWIM PARALLEL TO THE SHORELINE UNTIL YOU ARE OUT OF THE
PULL OF THE RIP CURRENT. ALWAYS CONSULT THE LOCAL BEACH FLAG SYSTEM.

THE UV INDEX TODAY IS 10 OR VERY HIGH EXPOSURE.


TIME (LOCAL)        10 AM   1 PM    4 PM    7 PM
CHANCE PRECIP (%)...0       0       0       0
WEATHER TYPE........PTCLDY  PTCLDY  PTCLDY  PTCLDY
TEMP................65      69      72      68
APPARENT TEMP.......65      69      72      68
WIND (MPH)..........NE 11   NE 10   NE 8    NE 5
WIND GUST...........16      15      14      12
SURF HT (FT)........0       0       0       0
PERIOD (S)..........3       3       2       2


.MONDAY...

RIP CURRENT RISK....GENERAL OUTLOOK IS MODERATE.
RAIN CHANCES........0 PERCENT
HIGH TEMPERATURE....74
MAX APPARENT TEMP...76
WIND................SOUTHEAST WINDS UP TO 5 KNOTS VEERING
                    SOUTHWEST AROUND 5 KNOTS LATE IN THE
                    AFTERNOON.
SURF HT.............1 FOOT OR LESS.
UV INDEX............10 OR VERY HIGH EXPOSURE.


$$

FLZ112-210000-
COASTAL BAY-
1004 AM CDT SUN APR 20 2014

.TODAY...

RIP CURRENT RISK:   MODERATE
BEACH FLAGS:        YELLOW (UPDATED 10 AM LT)

.SAFETY INFORMATION...

STRONGER AND MORE FREQUENT RIP CURRENTS ARE EXPECTED TODAY. PEOPLE
SHOULD ENTER THE WATER ONLY IF THEY ARE EXPERIENCED WITH SWIMMING IN
THE SURF. NEVER SWIM ALONE...EVEN EXPERIENCED SWIMMERS...AND MAKE
SURE SOMEONE KNOWS WHERE YOU ARE IN THE WATER. IF CAUGHT IN A RIP
CURRENT...SWIM PARALLEL TO THE SHORELINE UNTIL YOU ARE OUT OF THE
PULL OF THE RIP CURRENT. ALWAYS CONSULT THE LOCAL BEACH FLAG SYSTEM.

THE UV INDEX TODAY IS 9 OR VERY HIGH EXPOSURE.


TIME (LOCAL)        10 AM   1 PM    4 PM    7 PM
CHANCE PRECIP (%)...0       0       0       0
WEATHER TYPE........PTCLDY  PTCLDY  PTCLDY  PTCLDY
TEMP................65      69      72      67
APPARENT TEMP.......65      69      72      67
WIND (MPH)..........NE 10   N 10    N 9     NE 5
WIND GUST...........16      16      15      13
SURF HT (FT)........1       1       1       1
PERIOD (S)..........3       3       2       2


.MONDAY...

RIP CURRENT RISK....GENERAL OUTLOOK IS MODERATE.
RAIN CHANCES........0 PERCENT
HIGH TEMPERATURE....76
MAX APPARENT TEMP...78
WIND................NORTHEAST WINDS UP TO 5 KNOTS BACKING WEST
                    EARLY IN THE AFTERNOON.
SURF HT.............LESS THAN 1 FOOT.
UV INDEX............10 OR VERY HIGH EXPOSURE.


$$

FLZ114-210000-
COASTAL GULF-
1104 AM EDT SUN APR 20 2014

.TODAY...

RIP CURRENT RISK:   MODERATE
BEACH FLAGS:        YELLOW (UPDATED 11 AM LT)

.SAFETY INFORMATION...

STRONGER AND MORE FREQUENT RIP CURRENTS ARE EXPECTED TODAY. PEOPLE
SHOULD ENTER THE WATER ONLY IF THEY ARE EXPERIENCED WITH SWIMMING IN
THE SURF. NEVER SWIM ALONE...EVEN EXPERIENCED SWIMMERS...AND MAKE
SURE SOMEONE KNOWS WHERE YOU ARE IN THE WATER. IF CAUGHT IN A RIP
CURRENT...SWIM PARALLEL TO THE SHORELINE UNTIL YOU ARE OUT OF THE
PULL OF THE RIP CURRENT. ALWAYS CONSULT THE LOCAL BEACH FLAG SYSTEM.

THE UV INDEX TODAY IS 9 OR VERY HIGH EXPOSURE.


TIME (LOCAL)        11 AM   2 PM    5 PM    8 PM
CHANCE PRECIP (%)...0       0       0       0
WEATHER TYPE........PTCLDY  PTCLDY  PTCLDY  PTCLDY
TEMP................64      68      70      66
APPARENT TEMP.......64      68      70      66
WIND (MPH)..........NE 10   N 9     N 8     N 6
WIND GUST...........16      14      14      13
SURF HT (FT)........1       1       0       1
PERIOD (S)..........3       3       2       3


.MONDAY...

RIP CURRENT RISK....GENERAL OUTLOOK IS MODERATE.
RAIN CHANCES........0 PERCENT
HIGH TEMPERATURE....74
MAX APPARENT TEMP...75
WIND................EAST WINDS AROUND 5 KNOTS VEERING SOUTH UP TO
                    5 KNOTS EARLY IN THE AFTERNOON...THEN VEERING
                    SOUTHWEST AROUND 5 KNOTS LATE IN THE
                    AFTERNOON.
SURF HT.............LESS THAN 1 FOOT.
UV INDEX............10 OR VERY HIGH EXPOSURE.


$$

FLZ115-210000-
COASTAL FRANKLIN-
1104 AM EDT SUN APR 20 2014

.TODAY...

RIP CURRENT RISK:   MODERATE
BEACH FLAGS:        YELLOW (UPDATED 11 AM LT)

.SAFETY INFORMATION...

STRONGER AND MORE FREQUENT RIP CURRENTS ARE EXPECTED TODAY. PEOPLE
SHOULD ENTER THE WATER ONLY IF THEY ARE EXPERIENCED WITH SWIMMING IN
THE SURF. NEVER SWIM ALONE...EVEN EXPERIENCED SWIMMERS...AND MAKE
SURE SOMEONE KNOWS WHERE YOU ARE IN THE WATER. IF CAUGHT IN A RIP
CURRENT...SWIM PARALLEL TO THE SHORELINE UNTIL YOU ARE OUT OF THE
PULL OF THE RIP CURRENT. ALWAYS CONSULT THE LOCAL BEACH FLAG SYSTEM.

THE UV INDEX TODAY IS 9 OR VERY HIGH EXPOSURE.


TIME (LOCAL)        11 AM   2 PM    5 PM    8 PM
CHANCE PRECIP (%)...0       0       0       0
WEATHER TYPE........PTCLDY  PTCLDY  PTCLDY  PTCLDY
TEMP................65      68      70      66
APPARENT TEMP.......65      68      70      66
WIND (MPH)..........NE 11   N 9     N 9     NE 6
WIND GUST...........16      15      15      15
SURF HT (FT)........0       1       0       0
PERIOD (S)..........3       3       3       3


.MONDAY...

RIP CURRENT RISK....GENERAL OUTLOOK IS MODERATE.
RAIN CHANCES........0 PERCENT
HIGH TEMPERATURE....75
MAX APPARENT TEMP...77
WIND................NORTHEAST WINDS AROUND 5 KNOTS VEERING
                    SOUTHWEST LATE IN THE AFTERNOON.
SURF HT.............1 FOOT OR LESS.
UV INDEX............11 OR EXTREME EXPOSURE.


$$








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