(WVEC) -- Safety officials are warning beach goers of rough surf and high winds along the Virginia Beach and Outer Banks shoreline.
City of Virginia Beach tweeted that you should check with lifeguards before heading into the water.
In the Outer Banks, Town of Duck safety officials are asking beach goers to refrain from going in the water.
Red flags flying again today Monday, August 28 in Duck. STAY SAFE and do not go into the water! pic.twitter.com/s5ImZRBlsI— Town of Duck (@DuckOBX) August 28, 2017
The warnings come as the area braces for tropical storm like conditions on Tuesday due to Potential Tropical Cyclone #10.
A Tropical Storm Watch is currently in place from near Georgetown, South Carolina to Duck, North Carolina, in the northern Outer Banks.