Hurricane Fiona to bring rough surf, strong rip currents to Volusia County beaches

VOLUSAI COUNTY, Fla. — Rough surf and strong rip currents from Hurricane Fiona are expected.


Volusia County Beach Safety is expecting up to 9-foot surf through Friday, and lifeguards want swimmers to be aware.

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Beach officials flew the red flag on Thursday, and that should continue through the weekend to warn swimmers of the rough and potentially dangerous surf.

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Adam Poulisse joined WFTV in November 2019.