At 10:30 pm: 79.5F, partly cloudy, wind ENE 14 mph. Rainfall today: 0.63" Surf conditions: 3-5 feet and building Tide: incoming, high at 11:38 pm
The wrack line from the high tide earlier in the day was up to the row of posts marking the conservation area (approx. 30' wide) between beach parking and the foot of the dune (or sea wall). This evening's high tide will run up past the posts probably half way to the dune given the increasing onshore flow and building surf. Luckily, the tidal phase is near minima for the month with current lunar cycle.
Beachside 7/11 out of gas, will be open until 4 pm Thursday. Mandatory evacuation beachside. Causeways across the intracoastal waterway in Volusia County will close to traffic at sunset on Thursday.
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