, Swim Guide Editor
Posted: June 13, 2013 at 9:18 am

A nice shout-out for Oregon Waterkeeper members and Swim Guide on the west coast from Oregon Live:

Unofficially, summertime is here. That means coastal tourism is beginning to boom after a winter of cold, stormy seas.

But the weather on the Oregon coast (anywhere in western Oregon, for that matter) is unpredictable. Its best not to rely on the five-day forecast when determining whether to head for the beach.

Luckily, several useful apps can help guide your summer seashore sojourns.

Check out the full story, plus other tips for watery apps via Apps we love: Water reports for your summer coastal excursions |


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