Swimmers warned that Lake Michigan waves could reach 7 feet
July 1, 2013 (CHICAGO) (WLS) -- The National Weather Service is warning swimmers to stay out of Lake Michigan.
The weather service says waves on the lake could get as high as 7 feet.
It also warns of pounding waves and rip currents.
Those conditions are considered life-threatening for any swimmers.
People visiting beaches along Lake Michigan are urged to not go in the water.
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