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Northeast Florida Beaches Are Now Open
4:19 AM high 4.6 ft. 10:44 AM low 0.2 ft. 4:56 PM high 4.5 ft. 11:10 PM low 0.4 ft.
Report 1 – 6:25 AM
Happy Saturday Friends! Our choppy surf continues early this morning. It’s in the chest to head high range with moderate onshore ENE winds. There’s a bit of south to north drift but there are some fun sections to be found if you’re looking to surf. Check back for updates! (Pertaining to COVID-19 Click Here to see CDC Guidelines).
Early Season Tropics Watch
This Tropical Disturbance is likely to strengthen and become Sub-Tropical Storm Arthur. There is no threat to Florida’s coastline as it’s forecast to remain offshore.
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Northeast Florida’s Beaches are Open for Essential Activities
NASSAU – DUVAL – ST JOHNS [COUNTIES]
Jacksonville’s Mayor Curry announced that in collaboration with Beaches Mayors Latham, Glasser and Brown, beginning Wednesday May 6th, 2020 we are lifting all beach restrictions in Duval County. That means there will be no restrictions on hours or activities, allowing all our citizens to once again enjoy our pristine coastline. Please continue to practice social distancing and keep group sizes small so we can keep this freedom. (Pertaining to COVID-19 Click Here to see CDC Guidelines).
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