Officials in Wildwood were warning swimmers about a moderate risk of rip currents again Sunday after the near drowning of four people one day earlier.
The rip current risk is easing along the New Jersey coast as Hurricane Cristobal moves deeper into the North Atlantic after a week that saw the death of a swimmer.
Another sultry day is in store for the Delaware Valley on Wednesday. Under mostly sunny skies, temperatures are once again expected to reach 90.
High pressure is firmly in control across the northeast, and we expect to see lots of sunshine this week.
Beach patrol in Atlantic City reported 48 rescues Tuesday, but they do note that today wave size is decreasing.
Swimmers were being urged Saturday to remain along beaches protected by life guards and to follow their instructions.
This is the last weekend for beaches to be guarded in Wildwood, and lifeguards have their work cut out for them.