The Aquatic Police of Mazatlan are out to make a splash! After Hurricane Lidia made its dramatic exit, the Aquatic Police informed beachgoers that it's once again safe to take a dip in the sapphire waters. But don't go doing a cannonball just yet! The turbulent tides left a legacy of undertow currents and sneaky ditches along the coastline, so you better keep your peepers peeled for that flag – you know, the one that lifeguards so gracefully installed for your safety. It's all about the color of the flag. If it's waving a cheery green, you're good to go. But if it's playing the melancholy red, you might want to stick to beachcombing.
In case you were hiding under a seashell during the hurricane, allow me to remind you: Mazatlan was merely sprinkled with raindrops when Hurricane Lidia crashed the beach party! A bit of swell got feisty, reaching a whopping three feet, so beach bums had to take a rain check on their oceanic adventures. But cheer up, dear swimmers! You can unfurl your beach towels and let your toes meet the sea, once Hurricane Lidia has had her fun and left the building.