At approximately 2:50 pm on Friday July 13th, 2018, Duck Surf Rescue, Duck Fire and Police, and Dare County EMS units were dispatched to the beach access at Bayberry Drive for five subjects in the water. Surf rescue units pulled all victims from the water. An adult female was unresponsive. CPR was initiated by units […]
July 10, 10:00 a.m. Tropical Storm Chris continues to cause dangerous currents along our beaches. Red No Swimming flags are posted today in Duck due to the risk of strong rip and long-shore currents. Duck Surf Rescue lifeguards post these warnings for your safety. Text “Join OBXBeachConditions” to 30890 to sign up for text alerts […]
July 9, 2018 6:00 p.m. The storm is still offshore, but continues to cause dangerous surf and currents along our beaches. Please follow posted warnings and lifeguard instructions for your safety. Text “Join OBXBeachConditions” to 30890 to sign up for text alerts from local Outer Banks Lifeguards on beach conditions. Stay tuned to our social […]
July 8, 2018 7:00 p.m. Forecast conditions remain basically unchanged. Hazardous surf and ocean current conditions remain along the Outer Banks. Please follow posted warnings and lifeguard instructions for your safety.
July 8, 2018 6:00 a.m. Tropical Depression #3 became Tropical Storm Chris this morning. Chris is meandering off the coast and still expected to move away to the northeast over the next few days. NNE winds at 25-35 mph will keep water levels high and continue to create hazardous ocean conditions. Please continue to monitor […]
7/7/2018 7:00 p.m. TD#3 still remains offshore with no changes to the forecast as captured in the attached update. Beach impacts will be with us until early next week when the storm moves away to the northeast. Please check beach conditions and heed lifeguard warnings. Check back here and on social media for more updates […]
Red Flags remain up in Duck today, Sunday, August 25, 2013. Conditions are similar to yesterday, rough conditions and rip current threat. Lifeguards ask for your cooperation to stay out of the water. Red Flags: Our beach employs a warning system — a large red flag flying indicates that the currents are strong and the […]