Yogi Harper watches from the deck of an ocean-front house at high-tide as tropical storm Gabrielle lurks offshore in Nags Head, N.C., Sunday, Sept. 9, 2007. Tropical storm warnings are in effect along the coast of North Carolina. (AP Photo/Gerry Broome)
DAYTONA BEACH, Fla. (AP) -- High tides are forcing Volusia County beach officials to close off part of the beach on a daily basis.
Beach Patrol spokeswoman Tammy Marris says they have had to close beaches to driving because of higher than normal waves and tides.
Marris tells the Daytona Beach News-Journal she expects the higher tides to remain for at least another week.
Beaches in Flagler County have also been affected by seasonal high-tide conditions and even rip currents.
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