Strong SW flow brings rip tides to SW Florida Beaches on the Gulf of Mexico and they are expected to last several days. Despite the warnings, risks and sporadic tropical showers, Siesta Key Beach is packed with swimmers and sun bathers who are sick of staying in doors after a week of rain. TRT 2:06
1) Siesta Key #1 Beach Flag.
2) Rip current sign on lifeguard stand.
3) Wide shot of shoreline and yellow lifeguard stand.
4) Woman holding her childs hand in surf.
5) Guy with hat chilling in beach chair at shore break.
6) Guys looking at surf full of people.
7) Guy with surf board in surf.
8) Tight shot of three lifeguard towers flying yellow warning flags.
9) Wide of of people on beach with lifeguard towers behind.
10) People packed on beach with colorful umbrellas.
11) Immersive shot of people walking beach with stormy clouds behind.
12) Young girl walks through frame by sea turtle nest with storm clouds approaching.
13) People along shore and surf.
14) Guy pushes his kid on a boogie board in surf.
15) Lots of people in surf.
16) Rescue paddle board.
17) Yellow warning flag flying.