Florida Beaches Under Advisory As Hurricane Maria Passes Through

Florida beaches remain under advisories for high surf and a high risk of rip currents as Hurricane Maria makes her way past the east coast of the United States.  

The National Weather Service says that although Hurricane Maria is now moving northward, well offshore of North Florida, the storm continues to produce large swells.  

That is expected to result in large breaking waves and numerous rip currents, which will make swimming dangerous.  

Beachgoers are urged to only go in the water near a lifeguard.  

Minor beach erosion is also possible.

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