Friday, September 10, 2021

Red Flags are Flying on the Outer Banks

Red Flags Flying on the Outer Banks

The Lifeguards of the Outer Banks have been hard at work, hoisting Red No Swimming Flags. The Red Flags are to alert the public of rough ocean conditions. When a Red Flag is flying there will also be other media warnings.

Please be safe and stay out of the water when a Red Flag is Flying. Please keep your Pampered Pet on a leash and out of the water as well.

The lifeguards of the Outer Banks are in constant contact with NOAA (National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration).

Learn more about oceanfront water safety by visiting, NOAA, How to Avoid Getting Caught in a Rip Current.

Red Flags = High Rip Current Conditions at area Beaches!

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