Moderate rip current risk in the wake of Arthur

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According to the National Weather Service, seas of 3-6 feet could produce dangerous rip currents during the day on Saturday, July 5. According to the National Weather Service, seas of 3-6 feet could produce dangerous rip currents during the day on Saturday, July 5. A moderate risk of rip currents remains along the beaches of New Jersey in the wake of Hurricane Arthur’s Independence Day pass along the Jersey Shore.

According to the National Weather Service, seas of 3-6 feet could produce dangerous rip currents during the day on Saturday, July 5.

Swimmers should only enter the water on guarded beaches, the National Weather Service said.

See related story: How to survive a rip current (Video) for safety tips.

Pleasant Saturday, Sunday

Saturday, July 5 will be a pleasant day across the Middle Atlantic States./NWS Saturday, July 5 will be a pleasant day across the Middle Atlantic States./NWS Otherwise, clear and pleasant conditions should prevail through the rest of the Independence Day Weekend.

Satuday, July 5 will remain pleasant with a South Jersey high near 84 degrees and northwest winds of 11-16 mph. Enjoy tonight’s comfortable sleeping conditions with a mainland low of 56.

Sunday is almost a repeat of Saturday with a high of 86 and an overnight low of 64. The heat and humidity returns Monday. 

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