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Beach Conditions Information


Daily information is available regarding the swimming conditions at County-operated beaches.

After 9:00 am, information about water and weather conditions, as well as the presence of hazards such as Man-O-War or Sea Lice, is available online. When you arrive at a lifeguard protected beach, please check the Daily Conditions Board and Flag(s) being flown from the tower for current onsite conditions, as they may change throughout the day. You can access a daily recording at the following numbers:

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Palm Beach County Ocean Rescue: Lifesaving and Marine Safety for 40 Years

North Palm Beach County
(561) 624-0065
Day: Sunday
Date: March 1,, 2015
Air Temperature: 74*F- 79*F
Water Temperature: 73°F
Wind Direction & Speed: ESE @ 15 - 20 mph
Surf Conditions:- 3-5ft Wind Chop, Shorebreak, South moving Current, and Rip Currents
Warning Hazards: MOW and Rip Currents
Weather Conditions: partly cloudy
Rain Chance: 20%
Low Tide at Jupiter Inlet: 11:18 am
High Tide at Jupiter Inlet: 5:44 pm
Reminder of the day: Contact with Man O War tentacles can administer a very serious sting. Thier floats are bright blue and are attractive to curious children.
South Palm Beach County
(561) 629-8775
Day: Sunday
Date: March 1, 2015
Advisories: Dangerous Rip Currents
Air Temperature: 80'
Water Temperature: 77'
Wind Direction & Speed: ESE @ 10 - 20 mph
Surf Conditions:- Rough and Choppy at 3 to 5ft
Warning Hazards: Dangrerous Rip Currents, Man-O-War, Underwater Rocks, Baitfish, Jellyfish, Seaweed on the shoreline.
Weather Conditions: A Mix of Sun and Clouds
Rain Chance: 20%
Low Tide at Boynton Inlet: 1:41pm
High Tide at Boynton Inlet: 6:59 pm
Reminder of the day: Dangerous swimming conditions today, swimming is not recommended. Watch out for Man-O-War, especially when walking along the water's edge.