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NSRI advise caution on the sea for Monday, 3rd of August.The current Full Moon Spring Tide, bringing with it a higher than normal high tide, a lower than normal low tide, stronger than normal rip currents and which will last until at least Friday 7th August, coupled with gale force winds forecast by SA Weather Service for Monday 3rd August, will mean very rough sea conditions can be expected around the Western Cape Coast spreading up the East Coast.Caution to sea users is advised.DSCN0846
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