The National Weather Service says there is still a moderate risk of rip currents at the Jersey Shore beaches on Sunday due to former Hurricane Earl. Earl is far away from the state, but rip currents from the storm are still being felt at local beaches. Waves in the surf zone are expected to average near three feet today, and there could be some rip currents along the shoreline. Several beach patrols in our region reported rip currents and a few rescues during the day on Saturday. Temperatures on Sunday will remain in the mid 70s.