Lake Michigan waves, crushed by high winds, shore effects

Lake Michigan waves, crushed by high winds, shore effects

Chicago – There have been waves installed at winds across Lake Michigan which impact on shore activity in Michigan, Indiana and Illinois.

The Chicago Park District was forced to close the city on the Conair on Thursday after issuing lakeside flood counseling and issuing the National Roads Weather hazards. The consultant warned for waves between five and eight feet from Lake County in Illinois to Lake County, Indiana.

The weather service said that strong southwest winds and water levels are contributing to flooding. Lake Michigan's water levels this year are the highest since 1986.

Although in South Haven, Michigan was almost under water due to high water combination and strong wind. The Department of Transport of streets in Benton Bay and around it closed with flooding.

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