You’re enjoying a day at the beach playing in the surf, when suddenly you find yourself being whisked out to sea! You’ve been caught in a rip current. It’s horrifying and can be deadly. Rip currents are responsible for 80% of beach lifeguard saves and cause an average 100 drowning deaths in the U.S. each year.
Rip currents are fast-moving channels of water that flow away from the shore and back
When the wind pushes water into shore, that water will usually travel parallel to the beach until it can find a way to return to sea. These rip currents usually form in small trenches between sand bars and can be hard to spot.
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