MIAMI (AP) - South Florida beachgoers should avoid swimming
because of a high risk of rip currents.
National Weather Service meteorologist Gordon Strassberg says
rip currents are likely to form because of breezy weather Wednesday
Beachgoers are urged to be cautious.
A rip current is a channel of water that rapidly flows away from
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