Nassau well being officers are advising beachgoers to keep away from 18 seashores till Monday as a result of heavy rainfall Saturday may result in elevated micro organism ranges within the waters.
“This advisory is issued as a precautionary measure for seashores recognized to be impacted by stormwater runoff brought on by heavy rainfall,” mentioned the discover issued by the county well being division Saturday. “Stormwater runoff can impression bathing water high quality by elevating micro organism ranges, which can trigger exceedances of the New York State customary for bathing water high quality.”
The advisory lists 14 North Shore seashores: Centre Island Sound, Ransom Seashore, Soundside Seashore and Stehli Seashore in Bayville; Creek Membership and Lattingtown Seashore in Lattingtown; Laurel Hole Seashore in Laurel Hole; Morgan Sound and Pryibil Seashore in Glen Cove; North Hempstead Seashore Park in Port Washington; Piping Rock Seashore Membership in Locust Valley; Theodore Roosevelt Seashore in Oyster Bay; Sea Cliff Village Seashore in Sea Cliff; and Tappen Seashore in Glenwood Touchdown.
On the South Shore, Hewlett Level Seashore in East Rockaway, Island Park Seashore in Island Park, Biltmore Seashore Membership and Philip Healey Seashore in Massapequa are named on the advisory.
The warning might be lifted at 7 a.m. Monday except there may be extra heavy rainfall or water samples reveal elevated bacterial ranges, well being officers mentioned.
Residents can name 516-227-9700 for up-to-date recorded data on seaside openings and closings.