Dangerous currents still affecting Jersey Shore

A day after Hurricane Earl passed by the Jersey Shore, its effects are still being felt.Dangerous rip currents and six-foot waves are still being felt

BELMAR - A day after Hurricane Earl passed by the Jersey Shore, its effects are still being felt.

Dangerous rip currents and six-foot waves are still being felt up and down the coast.

As a precaution, lifeguards are restricting swimming in many areas and keeping swimmers from going farther than knee-deep in the water.

Lifeguards say that they are hoping to ease restrictions tomorrow but make no guarantees.

Impact of Earl being felt as NJ officials prepare

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