A forecast including waves as high as 11 feet on Lake Michigan prompted a beach hazard statement for Lake, Porter, LaPorte and Cook counties through Thursday morning.
A beach hazards statement remains in effect through Tuesday night for Lake Michigan beaches in Lake, Porter and LaPorte counties.
The National Weather Service is warning of strong rip currents at Lake Michigan beaches in Cook and Lake counties through Thursday night.
A beach hazards statement issued Tuesday warning of life-threatening rip currents at Lake Michigan beaches continues through 11 a.m. Wednesday.
Dangerous waves reaching 15 feet and life-threatening rip currents are expected at beaches from Chicago to LaPorte County through Wednesday night, the National Weather Service warned Tuesday.
Forecasters say they've gotten pretty good at predicting when rip currents will cause dangerous swimming conditions in Lake Michigan and getting that message out to the public.
NEW BUFFALO, Mich. | Jeremy Kienitz had never seen Lake Michigan as violent as when two South Bend teens went missing Aug. 22 off of Washington Park beach in Michigan City.
The search continues for a 26-year-old Chicago man who went missing in Lake Michigan's choppy waters Friday in southwestern Michigan.
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