Hurricane Larry Flooding Beaches At High Tide
Flooded beaches will be an issue for a few more tide cycles.
The beaches are still flooding at high tide which is at 10:50 AM this morning. Hurricane Larry is offshore but more in line with our coast. Expect to see flooded beaches during every high tide into Friday evening. Rip Current Warnings are in effect until Friday night. The flooding storm surge waves are creating large swales and cutting through the sand to drain. Rehoboth Beach has the rip current warning flags out. Do NOT Drive Through Swales (Tide Pools).
Going out during a dead low tide when this is over will be a great way to learn to read the beaches.
Rehoboth Beach web cams …
Rehoboth Beach Boardwalk web cam
Rehoboth Beach Cam
Rehoboth Avenue Webcam
Bethany Beach webcams …
Bethany Beach South Webcam
Bethany Beach Webcam South Surf
Bethany Beach Ocean View Cam
Bethany Beach North surf cam
Use the Deldot Web cam on the Charles W Cullen bridge over the Indian River inlet. Be careful driving on the beaches, the swales will swallow your vehicle even when they are just wet. Check any wet areas by walking across them before driving just to be sure. Beach combing will be really nice the next several low tides and most of next week. Possible to see some crossings closed during high tide you can’t drive out on Faithful Steward right now it is flooded.
Do NOT Drive Through Swales (Tide Pools)