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Obviously dry sand is safer than wet sand, that said if the warning is Amber ... all bets are off. Not heard of a yellow warning before.
Ahhh ,,, here is the warning ... and its yellow
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I would guess it depends upon wind direction, whether on or off shore. I would go on the bit that has been exposed the most.Newfielover wrote: ↑Wed Jun 13, 2018 4:38 pmHere up in the North East we are going to be hit with a heavy Atlantic storm winds and have been issued with a yellow weather warning. Hopefully everyone keeps safe but my question is once it’s safe which part of the beach to I go on, is it the dry or wet sand.
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