Rip current risk remains along Jersey shore

The National Weather Service says a moderate risk of rip currents remains because of Tropical Storm Bertha.

Swimmers are urged to be cautious at New

Swimmers are urged to be cautious at New Jersey beaches.

TRENTON - (AP) - The National Weather Service says a moderate risk of rip currents remains because of Tropical Storm Bertha.
    
Bertha is churning the surf while it weaken as it moves northward in the Atlantic, posing no direct threat to the U.S. East Coast.
    
A woman from New Hampshire was revived after she was pulled from the surf off an Atlantic City beach on Monday night.

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