Rip currents possible along Jersey coast

(AP) - Lifeguards might have to restrict swimmersfrom going in the ocean at New Jersey beaches Monday.Forecasters say remnants from former tropical storm Colin couldproduce

TRENTON - (AP) - Lifeguards might have to restrict swimmersfrom going in the ocean at New Jersey beaches Monday.

Forecasters say remnants from former tropical storm Colin couldproduce a risk of moderate rip currents.

The storm weakened as it passed by Bermuda on Sunday. However,it's expected to generate onshore winds and a southeast swell alongthe New Jersey coastline.

A moderate risk of rip currents means swimmers should becautious and never swim alone or at night.

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