The National Sea Rescue Institute has warned the public to be cautious of rough seas from the......

The National Sea Rescue Institute has warned the public to be cautious of rough seas from the Western to the Southern Cape. Heavy swells are expected between Table Bay and Plettenberg Bay as a result cold and windy conditions. The

NSRI'S Craig Lambinon has warned of strong rip currents. "The NSRI is urging the public to be cautious around the coastline. We are still currently experiencing the full moon spring tide which peaked on Tuesday that obviously brings the higher than normal high tide and a lower than normal low tide with stronger than normal rip currents but together with the current weather conditions the rough sea conditions are prevailing in between Table Bay and Plettenberg Bay. We are

urging the public to be cautious but also anglers fishing along the shore line."

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