National Weather Service Co-Hosts Seminar On Rip Current Safety in East Hampton - 27 East

National Weather Service Co-Hosts Seminar On Rip Current Safety in East Hampton

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Jimmy Minardi showing one of the many signs he designed detailing how to avoid rip currents JON WINKLER

Jimmy Minardi showing one of the many signs he designed detailing how to avoid rip currents JON WINKLER

18 local residents and life guards attending the Rip Current Science and Weather seminar JON WINKLER

18 local residents and life guards attending the Rip Current Science and Weather seminar JON WINKLER

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authorJon Winkler on Aug 19, 2016
The National Weather Service teamed up with the staff of Main Beach in East Hampton on Wednesday to host a seminar for 18 residents and lifeguards. The instruction, which took... more

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