Fog, and Strong Rip Currents, Likely in Orange County

National Weather Service warns ocean-goers as well as those living in areas prone to fog.

A hazardous weather outlook has been released by the National Weather Service in San Diego warning of strong ocean currents from San Mateo Point to the Mexico border.

The warning extends 30 nautical miles from shore through Dec. 26. Anyone in the ocean should use extreme caution as strong rip currents will be possible, especially during the transition from high tide to low tide.

Colder low-lying and wind-sheltered locations across the inland valleys may see patchy frost. 

Beyond Dec. 27, patchy fog will be possible along the coast and in the colder inland valleys.

George Adamik December 26, 2011 at 07:36 PM
Everyone should drive crefully....and especially DON'T DRINK and DRIVE....DUI Checkpoints will be in full force tonight...Watch Out....Just Don't Do It !


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