Beach Swimming Hazards and Lakeshore Flooding Advisory along the Illinois and Indiana Lake Michigan Shoreline into Tuesday morning

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Strong northerly winds gusting to 30 mph will build 4 to 8-foot waves on the already near record high lake levels during the next 24 hours along the Illinois and Indiana Lake Michigan shoreline. This will result in a high risk of rip and structural currents for swimmers and lakeshore flooding, especially dangerous along the Indiana shoreline where wave action could be strongest.


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