No swimming advisory in place for Myrtle Beach due to rip current risks

No swimming advisory in place for Myrtle Beach due to rip current risks

MYRTLE BEACH, SC (WMBF) – Myrtle Beach Police announced via Twitter that swimmers are only allowed to be in knee deep waters on the beach Saturday.

The warning comes due to strong currents and high rip current risk.

Horry County Emergency Management Division also took to Twitter to warn beach goers of the high rip current risk.

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Check back with WMBF News for more information on swimming advisories this weekend.

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