Seacoast Beach Report
Including Wallis Sands, Jenness Beach, North Beach, North Hampton Beach, and Hampton Beach State Park
This report is updated each day, but reflects conditions at the time of the report. Beach conditions may vary with weather changes. If this report is not updated, we may be experiencing technical difficulties.
||September 9, 2012
||Time of Report:
|| 64 Degrees
||Water Temperature: 58 Degrees
|| 12:21 pm
||High Tide: 5:35 pm
Comments: Last report of the Season from the Hampton Beach Lifeguard Station and its not the best conditions but indications are that they will improve throughout the day. With the Seafood Fest in full swing you will still find lots of things to do during the last day of full operation at Hampton Beach.
Day starting around overcast with 2 - 4 foot surf and a West wind keeping the water temp down.
Note: Rip Currents are stronger 3 hours prior to low tide and 3 hours following low tide.
For information about rip currents, please visit the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration's National Weather Service website. A safety flag system is in place. Please review the meaning of the flag colors:
RED - High Hazard with high surf and/or strong currents;
YELLOW - Medium Hazard with moderate surf and/or currents;