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Daily information is available regarding the swimming conditions at County-operated beaches.
All beaches guarded by Palm Beach County Ocean Rescue​ are open for swimming. ​​​

​​​After 9:00 am, information about water and weather conditions, as well as the presence of hazards such as Man-O-War or Sea Lice, is available online. When you arrive at a lifeguard protected beach, please check the Daily Conditions Board and Flag(s) being flown from the tower for current onsite conditions, as they may change throughout the day. See locations daily beach conditions information below:

North Palm Beach County




​Date:September 16, 2019
Advisories:Rip currents = High Risk
Air Temperature:81' -  90'
Water Temperature:83'
Wind Direction & Speed:W @ 5 - 10 mph
Surf Conditions:4' - 6' waves,  south flowing current, and a powerful shorebreak with poor water visibility and baitfish present.
Warning Hazards:Rip currents, Possible debris and underwater rocks.
Weather Conditions:Mostly sunny and humid, 
Rain Chance:20%
Low Tide :4:18 pm
High Tide at Jupiter Inlet:10:35 am
Reminder of the day:The shorebreak wave can knock unsuspecting people off their feet, don't turn your back to the water.  
Beginning the week of July 25, 2019, the following beach access structures will be closed one at a time for repairs, for two weeks at a time. Crews will begin with beach access #33 and move northward: 33, 35, 57 & 58. Please use alternate beach access structures during this time. 

 South Palm Beach County


​Date:September 16, 2019

Rip Current Risk = HIGH

Air Temperature:92
Water Temperature:


Wind Direction & Speed:​​NW @ 5 - 10 mph 

Surf Conditions:

Small Swell @ 1' - 3'
Warning Hazards:Rip Currents, Underwater Rocks, Possible Debris
Weather Conditions:Partly Sunny
Rain Chance:40%
Low Tide at Boynton Inlet:6:37 pm
High Tide at Boynton Inlet:12:01 pm
Reminder of the day:Watch children closely at the shoreline, the shorebreak wave can knock unsuspecting people off their feet.