Hurricane Lee brings rip currents to East Coast
As Hurricane Lee churns in the Atlantic off the East Coast, meteorologists and local officials are warning beach-goers about the risk of storm-related rip currents.
They receive less attention than other weather-related events, but over the last decade, rip currents have killed more people than tornadoes or hurricanes.
NPR’s Greg Allen explains.
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