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can be unpredictable, dangerous and deadly. Please use good judgment while swimming in the Gulf of Mexico.
Discoloration of water
Debris and foam moving seaward
Learn how to identify and avoid rip currents.
If you're caught in a rip current, don't panic. Swim parallel to the shore until the current weakens, then swim back to the shore.
Rip currents are strong, localized rivers of water that usually flow away from the beach at a surprisingly high velocity.
Usually rip currents are associated with large waves and strong offshore winds, but not always. In rare cases, rip currents occur during calm conditions.
BEACH WARNING FLAGS
DOUBLE RED FLAG: HIGH HAZARD - WATER CLOSED TO PUBLIC
RED FLAG: HIGH HAZARD - High Surf and/or Strong Currents
YELLOW FLAG: MEDIUM HAZARD - Moderate Surf and/or Strong Currents
GREEN FLAG: LOW HAZARD - Calm Condition, Exercise Caution
BLUE FLAG: DANGEROUS MARINE LIFE