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Water Temperature Table of the Southern Atlantic Coast IMPORTANT NOTICES: — The table below shows the near real-time and average water temperatures in degrees Fahrenheit (°F). — Clicking on the hyperlinked "Recent Temperatures" will display station information for the location. — Non-linked temperatures in the monthly columns are average water temperatures. (Complete List of Average Temperatures) — Use the near real-time water temperature data with discretion, because they may contain errors. Water Temperature Table of the Southern Atlantic Coast  (Google Maps-based Web page) Last Updated: Wed Jun 07, 18:02:26 UTC 2017 Location Recent Temperatures JUN
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Tunnel VA 68.9 (06/07/2017 17:54 UTC) 71 74 77 78 79 78 78 75 Kiptopeke VA 71.4 (06/07/2017 17:48 UTC) 70 69 76 77 78 77 76 74 Lewisetta, VA 73.0 (06/07/2017 17:54 UTC) 77 80 81 83 83 81 78 73 Money Point, VA 74.5 (06/07/2017 17:48 UTC) 80 83 86 87 87 85 82 78 Virginia
VA 65.7 (06/07/2017 16:50 UTC) 70 73 76 78 80 81 75 72 Yorktown, VA 74.5 (06/07/2017 17:48 UTC) 75 78 81 82 83 82 79 76 Cape
NC 72 75 76 79 80 80 78 75 Duck
NC 71.4 (06/07/2017 17:48 UTC) 73 74 71 71 73 75 76 74 Wilmington
NC 79.3 (06/07/2017 17:48 UTC) 80 81 82 83 82 83 83 82 Myrtle
SC 77 80 81 83 83 82 81 79 Charleston
SC 80.8 (06/07/2017 17:48 UTC) 79 80 82 84 84 83 82 79 Daytona
FL 75.9 (06/07/2017 17:40 UTC) 79 80 80 80 80 81 83 82 Savannah
GA 80.1 (06/07/2017 16:50 UTC) 79 82 84 86 85 84 83 80 Fernandina
Beach FL 80.6 (06/07/2017 17:54 UTC) 81 81 83 84 84 84 83 81 Mayport(Bar
Pilots Dock),FL 80 81 82 83 82 83 83 82 St Augustine
Beach FL 75.6 (06/07/2017 17:00 UTC) 80 81 83 84 83 83 83 82 Miami
FL 84 85 86 86 86 84 84 83 Stuart
FL 79 79 79 79 80 80 81 80 Virginia
Key, FL 81.5 (06/07/2017 17:30 UTC) 85 85 86 87 87 86 85 85 To convert temperature units, enter a number in either box below, then click the other box.
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Woman jumps to death from Daytona Beach Shores condo Wednesday Sep 7, 2016 at 1:21 PM Sep 7, 2016 at 8:43 PM

Frank Fernandez @frankfffAllison Shirk @allison_shirk

A woman jumped to her death from the 18th floor of the Sherwin Condominium in Daytona Beach Shores, making her the third person in just over a month to commit suicide by leaping from a building in Volusia County.

April France, 41, jumped from the balcony of her condominium at 1:38 p.m. Tuesday, according to a police report. A witness, Michael Pittman, was sitting in the pool area when he heard a noise and turned toward the sound, the report said. Pittman saw a body in the grass. 

Another witness, Matt Kramme, said he was sitting on his balcony on the 16th floor of the Peck Plaza when he saw what he believed to be a body falling from a floor almost even with his. He said he next heard sirens and went to the scene to speak with police.

France's suicide follows two others by people who have jumped from beach-front high-rises recently.

Janet Trainor, a 59-year-old woman from Port Orange, was a guest at the Hilton Daytona Beach Resort/Ocean Walk Village on Aug. 1 when she jumped to her death from the 15th floor of the area's largest hotel. John Bennett said he was on the balcony of his room when he saw the woman falling from a higher floor. Bennett said he did not hear any screaming or yelling from the woman.  Trainor landed on a roof which could be reached from the third floor. 

Timothy Conaway, a 54-year-old man from Destin, jumped from the seventh floor of the Holiday Inn Resort on Aug. 29. He died on Sept. 3 from his injuries, police said. Conaway had checked in the night before, paid cash for his room and then jumped the next day, police said.

Besides the two people who jumped to their deaths since Aug. 1, the Daytona Beach Police Department also worked a suicide case in which a 55-year-old man shot himself, a spokesman said. 

Daytona Beach Police Chief Mike Chitwood, who is the sheriff-elect, urged people to get help if they are contemplating suicide. He said in a phone interview on Wednesday that the numbers of suicides "ebbs and flows" 

Chitwood said that families need to put aside concerns about any stigma associated with suicide and talk about the issue and seek help before it’s too late.

“Somebody in a normal frame of mind is always trying to find a way through the storm to the other end,” Chitwood said. “But people in crisis, they are making a decision in a split second that affects everybody around them, and I’m saying that from having somebody in my family that committed suicide.”

Chitwood said when he was a child he had a beloved aunt who committed suicide over a failed romance. He said in his law enforcement career he has come across different reasons that prompt people to commit suicide. Sometimes people do so because they’ve been diagnosed with a terminal illness, he said. Other times it’s due to drug abuse or, like his aunt, a relationship setback.

“The majority of people you come across that kill themselves there is some kind of mental illness that’s gone undetected and untreated,” Chitwood said.

Suicide rates in Volusia County are some of the highest in the state, according to 2015 Florida Department of Health statistics. Ranking as the ninth highest county, the suicide rate in Volusia is 20.3 per 100,000 people, according to 2013-2015 figures. The state suicide rate is 14.1 for that same time period.

Florida Department of Health-Volusia County officials said residents ages 45 to 54 committed the highest number of suicides in the county, according to a 2014 report.

There is not a simple answer as to why three people have jumped from buildings in such a short period of time, said Tore Gintoli, facility administrator of the Pinegrove Crisis Center in Daytona Beach. Pinegrove is a Stewart-Marchman-Act Behavioral Healthcare facility.

He said the incidents, which could be described as anomalies, reiterate a need for help among Volusia residents.

Gintoli said there are several contributing factors that could lead a person to attempt or commit suicide, and untreated depression is the No. 1 one cause of suicide.

“Stories about suicide, or talking about suicide with a person, doesn’t put the idea of suicide in that person’s head,” Gintoli said. “What is dangerous is when we don’t ask. Talking about it actually helps the person seek help.”

The Volusia County Sheriff's Office has handled six apparent suicides since Aug. 1. The deaths are classified as apparent suicides until the medical examiner makes an official determination. The Flagler County Sheriff's Office has had four suicide cases since Aug. 1. 

Daytona Beach Shores Public Safety Director Stephan Dembinsky said in a phone interview that it had been a while since they had someone commit suicide by jumping from a balcony but it had happened before.

Investigators forced their way into France's condominium and found the living room and the master bedroom in "complete disarray."  A chair on the balcony was pushed up to the rail and faced the ocean, the report states. 

April France was the ex-daughter-in-law of Jim France, the vice chairman of NASCAR and chairman of International Speedway Corp. She had a 12-year-old son. 


Take advantage of free and confidential 24-hour support from trained professionals by contacting the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline at 800-273-TALK (8255), or There is also a devoted website for veterans, If there is a concern that an individual is in crisis and has the means and intent to self-harm call 911. If worried about someone not in imminent danger, contact local law enforcement and request that a Crisis Intervention Trained (CIT) officer conduct a “well check.” Explore available community resources and support services by calling 211, or logging on to Warning signs, from National Suicide Prevention lifeline:

Talking about wanting to die or to kill themselves. Looking for a way to kill themselves, such as searching online or buying a gun Talking about feeling hopeless or having no reason to live. Talking about feeling trapped or in unbearable pain. Talking about being a burden to others. Increasing the use of alcohol or drugs. Acting anxious or agitated; behaving recklessly. Sleeping too little or too much. Withdrawing or isolating themselves. Showing rage or talking about seeking revenge. Displaying extreme mood swings. Save