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000 FZUS51 KGYX 171857 SRFGYX Surf Zone Forecast for Maine National Weather Service Gray ME 257 PM EDT Sat Apr 17 2021 .For the ocean beaches of Maine and New Hampshire... NHZ014-172015- Coastal Rockingham- Including the beaches of Portsmouth and Hampton 257 PM EDT Sat Apr 17 2021 ...PLEASE CHECK WITH YOUR LOCAL AUTHORITIES ON POTENTIAL BEACH CLOSURES... .REST OF TODAY... Weather.....................Mostly cloudy. Showers likely. UV Index....................Low. Thunderstorm Potential......None. High Temperature............In the upper 40s. Winds.......................North winds around 10 mph. Surf Height.................Around 6 feet. Water Temperature...........44 degrees. According to the USCG, when the water temperature is below 50 degrees, the chance of immediate incapacitation due to cold shock is extremely high, and chances of survival become severely diminished even with the appropriate thermal protection. Rip Current Risk*...........Low. Tides... Hampton Beach............High 7.3 feet (MLLW) 03:52 PM EDT. .SUNDAY... Weather.....................Mostly cloudy. Thunderstorm Potential......None. High Temperature............In the lower 50s. Winds.......................North winds around 5 mph, becoming south in the afternoon. Surf Height.................Around 3 feet. Rip Current Risk*...........Low. Tides... Hampton Beach............Low 0.8 feet (MLLW) 10:38 AM EDT. High 7.1 feet (MLLW) 04:40 PM EDT. .MONDAY...Surf height around 2 feet. Mostly sunny. Highs in the upper 50s. Southwest winds around 5 mph. .TUESDAY...Surf height around 1 foot. Mostly sunny. Highs in the lower 60s. Southwest winds around 10 mph. .WEDNESDAY...Surf height around 2 feet. Mostly sunny. A chance of showers. Highs in the mid 50s. South winds around 10 mph. && Rip Current Risk Category * Low Risk - A low risk of rip currents implies that wind and wave conditions are not expected to support the development of enhanced rip currents. However, rip currents are always possible, especially near jetties and other structures. Always have a flotation device with you in the water. * Moderate Risk - A moderate risk of rip currents implies that individuals planning to enter the surf should check with local beach patrols first. Be sure to swim within sight of a life guard, and never alone or at night. Always have a flotation device with you in the water. * High Risk - A high risk of rip currents means dangerous and potentially life threatening conditions exist for all people entering the surf. People visiting the beaches should stay out of the high surf. $$ MEZ023-172015- Coastal York- Including the beaches of Old Orchard, Fortunes Rock, Wells, Ogunquit, and York 257 PM EDT Sat Apr 17 2021 ...PLEASE CHECK WITH YOUR LOCAL AUTHORITIES ON POTENTIAL BEACH CLOSURES... .REST OF TODAY... Weather.....................Mostly cloudy. A chance of showers. UV Index....................Moderate. Thunderstorm Potential......None. High Temperature............In the mid 40s. Winds.......................North winds around 15 mph. Surf Height.................Around 7 feet. Water Temperature...........44 degrees. According to the USCG, when the water temperature is below 50 degrees, the chance of immediate incapacitation due to cold shock is extremely high, and chances of survival become severely diminished even with the appropriate thermal protection. Rip Current Risk*...........Low. Tides... Old Orchard Beach........High 7.8 feet (MLLW) 03:38 PM EDT. Wells Beach..............High 7.9 feet (MLLW) 03:44 PM EDT. .SUNDAY... Weather.....................Partly sunny. Thunderstorm Potential......None. High Temperature............In the upper 40s. Winds.......................North winds around 5 mph, becoming south in the afternoon. Surf Height.................3 to 4 feet. Rip Current Risk*...........Low. Tides... Old Orchard Beach........Low 0.9 feet (MLLW) 10:00 AM EDT. High 7.6 feet (MLLW) 04:26 PM EDT. Wells Beach..............Low 0.9 feet (MLLW) 10:12 AM EDT. High 7.7 feet (MLLW) 04:33 PM EDT. .MONDAY...Surf height around 2 feet. Mostly sunny. Highs in the lower 50s. Southwest winds around 10 mph. .TUESDAY...Surf height around 2 feet. Mostly sunny. Highs in the upper 50s. Southwest winds around 10 mph. .WEDNESDAY...Surf height around 2 feet. Partly sunny. A chance of showers. Highs around 50. South winds around 10 mph. && Rip Current Risk Category * Low Risk - A low risk of rip currents implies that wind and wave conditions are not expected to support the development of enhanced rip currents. However, rip currents are always possible, especially near jetties and other structures. Always have a flotation device with you in the water. * Moderate Risk - A moderate risk of rip currents implies that individuals planning to enter the surf should check with local beach patrols first. Be sure to swim within sight of a life guard, and never alone or at night. Always have a flotation device with you in the water. * High Risk - A high risk of rip currents means dangerous and potentially life threatening conditions exist for all people entering the surf. People visiting the beaches should stay out of the high surf. $$ MEZ024-172015- Coastal Cumberland- Including the beaches of Scarborough, Higgins, and Crescent 257 PM EDT Sat Apr 17 2021 .REST OF TODAY... Weather.....................Mostly cloudy. A chance of showers. UV Index....................Moderate. Thunderstorm Potential......None. High Temperature............In the mid 40s. Winds.......................North winds around 15 mph. Surf Height.................Around 5 feet. Water Temperature...........43 degrees. According to the USCG, when the water temperature is below 50 degrees, the chance of immediate incapacitation due to cold shock is extremely high, and chances of survival become severely diminished even with the appropriate thermal protection. Rip Current Risk*...........Low. Tides... Higgins Beach............High 7.8 feet (MLLW) 03:38 PM EDT. .SUNDAY... Weather.....................Partly sunny. Thunderstorm Potential......None. High Temperature............In the lower 50s. Winds.......................Northwest winds around 5 mph, becoming southwest in the afternoon. Surf Height.................2 to 3 feet. Rip Current Risk*...........Low. Tides... Higgins Beach............Low 0.9 feet (MLLW) 10:00 AM EDT. High 7.6 feet (MLLW) 04:26 PM EDT. .MONDAY...Surf height around 1 foot. Mostly sunny. Highs in the mid 50s. Southwest winds around 5 mph. .TUESDAY...Surf height around 2 feet. Mostly sunny. Highs in the upper 50s. Southwest winds around 10 mph. .WEDNESDAY...Surf height around 2 feet. Partly sunny. A chance of showers. Highs in the lower 50s. Southeast winds around 10 mph. && Rip Current Risk Category * Low Risk - A low risk of rip currents implies that wind and wave conditions are not expected to support the development of enhanced rip currents. However, rip currents are always possible, especially near jetties and other structures. Always have a flotation device with you in the water. * Moderate Risk - A moderate risk of rip currents implies that individuals planning to enter the surf should check with local beach patrols first. Be sure to swim within sight of a life guard, and never alone or at night. Always have a flotation device with you in the water. * High Risk - A high risk of rip currents means dangerous and potentially life threatening conditions exist for all people entering the surf. People visiting the beaches should stay out of the high surf. $$ MEZ025-172015- Sagadahoc- Including the beaches of Reid State Park and Popham 257 PM EDT Sat Apr 17 2021 .REST OF TODAY... Weather.....................Cloudy. A chance of showers. UV Index....................Moderate. Thunderstorm Potential......None. High Temperature............In the mid 40s. Winds.......................North winds around 15 mph. Surf Height.................Around 5 feet. Water Temperature...........43 degrees. According to the USCG, when the water temperature is below 50 degrees, the chance of immediate incapacitation due to cold shock is extremely high, and chances of survival become severely diminished even with the appropriate thermal protection. Rip Current Risk*...........Low. Tides... Popham Beach.............High 7.1 feet (MLLW) 04:04 PM EDT. .SUNDAY... Weather.....................Partly sunny. Thunderstorm Potential......None. High Temperature............Around 50. Winds.......................West winds 5 to 10 mph. Surf Height.................Around 3 feet. Rip Current Risk*...........Low. Tides... Popham Beach.............Low 0.8 feet (MLLW) 10:34 AM EDT. High 6.9 feet (MLLW) 04:52 PM EDT. .MONDAY...Surf height around 1 foot. Mostly sunny. Highs in the mid 50s. Southwest winds around 5 mph. .TUESDAY...Surf height around 2 feet. Mostly sunny. Highs in the upper 50s. Southwest winds around 10 mph. .WEDNESDAY...Surf height around 3 feet. Partly sunny. A chance of showers. Highs in the lower 50s. Southeast winds around 10 mph. && Rip Current Risk Category * Low Risk - A low risk of rip currents implies that wind and wave conditions are not expected to support the development of enhanced rip currents. However, rip currents are always possible, especially near jetties and other structures. Always have a flotation device with you in the water. * Moderate Risk - A moderate risk of rip currents implies that individuals planning to enter the surf should check with local beach patrols first. Be sure to swim within sight of a life guard, and never alone or at night. Always have a flotation device with you in the water. * High Risk - A high risk of rip currents means dangerous and potentially life threatening conditions exist for all people entering the surf. People visiting the beaches should stay out of the high surf. $$ MEZ026-172015- Lincoln- Including the beaches of Pemaquid 257 PM EDT Sat Apr 17 2021 .REST OF TODAY... Weather.....................Cloudy. A chance of showers. UV Index....................Moderate. Thunderstorm Potential......None. High Temperature............In the mid 40s. Winds.......................North winds around 15 mph. Surf Height.................Around 6 feet. Water Temperature...........43 degrees. According to the USCG, when the water temperature is below 50 degrees, the chance of immediate incapacitation due to cold shock is extremely high, and chances of survival become severely diminished even with the appropriate thermal protection. Rip Current Risk*...........Low. Tides... Pemaquid Beach...........High 7.8 feet (MLLW) 03:33 PM EDT. .SUNDAY... Weather.....................Partly sunny. Thunderstorm Potential......None. High Temperature............Around 50. Winds.......................Northwest winds around 5 mph. Surf Height.................Around 3 feet. Rip Current Risk*...........Low. Tides... Pemaquid Beach...........Low 0.9 feet (MLLW) 10:02 AM EDT. High 7.6 feet (MLLW) 04:21 PM EDT. .MONDAY...Surf height around 1 foot. Mostly sunny. Highs in the mid 50s. West winds around 5 mph. .TUESDAY...Surf height around 2 feet. Mostly sunny. Highs in the upper 50s. Southwest winds around 10 mph. .WEDNESDAY...Surf height around 2 feet. Partly sunny. A chance of showers. Highs in the lower 50s. South winds around 10 mph. && Rip Current Risk Category * Low Risk - A low risk of rip currents implies that wind and wave conditions are not expected to support the development of enhanced rip currents. However, rip currents are always possible, especially near jetties and other structures. Always have a flotation device with you in the water. * Moderate Risk - A moderate risk of rip currents implies that individuals planning to enter the surf should check with local beach patrols first. Be sure to swim within sight of a life guard, and never alone or at night. Always have a flotation device with you in the water. * High Risk - A high risk of rip currents means dangerous and potentially life threatening conditions exist for all people entering the surf. People visiting the beaches should stay out of the high surf. $$ MEZ027-172015- Knox- Including the beaches of Birch Point 257 PM EDT Sat Apr 17 2021 .REST OF TODAY... Weather.....................Cloudy. A chance of showers. UV Index....................Moderate. Thunderstorm Potential......None. High Temperature............In the lower 40s. Winds.......................North winds around 15 mph. Surf Height.................Around 5 feet. Water Temperature...........42 degrees. According to the USCG, when the water temperature is below 50 degrees, the chance of immediate incapacitation due to cold shock is extremely high, and chances of survival become severely diminished even with the appropriate thermal protection. Rip Current Risk*...........Low. Tides... Birch Point Beach........High 8.7 feet (MLLW) 03:22 PM EDT. .SUNDAY... Weather.....................Mostly cloudy. Thunderstorm Potential......None. High Temperature............In the upper 40s. Winds.......................Northwest winds 5 to 10 mph. Surf Height.................2 to 3 feet. Rip Current Risk*...........Low. Tides... Birch Point Beach........Low 1.1 feet (MLLW) 10:00 AM EDT. High 8.5 feet (MLLW) 04:09 PM EDT. .MONDAY...Surf height around 2 feet. Sunny. Highs in the lower 50s. West winds around 10 mph. .TUESDAY...Surf height around 3 feet. Mostly sunny. Highs in the mid 50s. Southwest winds around 10 mph. .WEDNESDAY...Surf height around 3 feet. Partly sunny. A chance of showers. Highs in the lower 50s. South winds around 10 mph. && Rip Current Risk Category * Low Risk - A low risk of rip currents implies that wind and wave conditions are not expected to support the development of enhanced rip currents. However, rip currents are always possible, especially near jetties and other structures. Always have a flotation device with you in the water. * Moderate Risk - A moderate risk of rip currents implies that individuals planning to enter the surf should check with local beach patrols first. Be sure to swim within sight of a life guard, and never alone or at night. Always have a flotation device with you in the water. * High Risk - A high risk of rip currents means dangerous and potentially life threatening conditions exist for all people entering the surf. People visiting the beaches should stay out of the high surf. $$ MEZ028-172015- Coastal Waldo- Including the beaches of Moose Point State Park 257 PM EDT Sat Apr 17 2021 .REST OF TODAY... Weather.....................Cloudy. A chance of showers. UV Index....................Moderate. Thunderstorm Potential......None. High Temperature............In the lower 40s. Winds.......................North winds around 15 mph. Surf Height.................Around 2 feet. Water Temperature...........42 degrees. According to the USCG, when the water temperature is below 50 degrees, the chance of immediate incapacitation due to cold shock is extremely high, and chances of survival become severely diminished even with the appropriate thermal protection. Rip Current Risk*...........Low. Tides... Moose Point State Park...High 9.2 feet (MLLW) 03:22 PM EDT. .SUNDAY... Weather.....................Partly sunny. Thunderstorm Potential......None. High Temperature............In the upper 40s. Winds.......................Northwest winds around 10 mph. Surf Height.................Around 1 foot. Rip Current Risk*...........Low. Tides... Moose Point State Park...Low 1.1 feet (MLLW) 09:50 AM EDT. High 8.9 feet (MLLW) 04:08 PM EDT. .MONDAY...Surf height around 1 foot. Mostly sunny. Highs in the mid 50s. West winds around 5 mph. .TUESDAY...Surf height around 2 feet. Mostly sunny. Highs in the upper 50s. Southwest winds around 10 mph. .WEDNESDAY...Surf height around 2 feet. Partly sunny. A chance of showers. Highs in the lower 50s. Southeast winds around 5 mph. && Rip Current Risk Category * Low Risk - A low risk of rip currents implies that wind and wave conditions are not expected to support the development of enhanced rip currents. However, rip currents are always possible, especially near jetties and other structures. Always have a flotation device with you in the water. * Moderate Risk - A moderate risk of rip currents implies that individuals planning to enter the surf should check with local beach patrols first. Be sure to swim within sight of a life guard, and never alone or at night. Always have a flotation device with you in the water. * High Risk - A high risk of rip currents means dangerous and potentially life threatening conditions exist for all people entering the surf. People visiting the beaches should stay out of the high surf. $$

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