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Archive for the ‘Great Lakes Beaches’ Category

Great White Shark Sighting & “Rip Current Season” On The Great Lakes

Posted by Jody on August 11, 2011

Be careful out there!

Great White Shark Sighting:  With almost no one in the water, the sand at Chatham Lighthouse Beach is standing room only!  Good luck finding a parking spot near the beach! Chatham Lighthouse Beach, Cape Cod, Massachusetts

Great White Shark (Photo by Terry Goss from Wikimedia Commons)

“Rip Current Season”, Traverse City, Michigan:  Rip current awareness for the “Third Coast” (The Great Lakes shoreline). Rip currents are not just an ocean danger.  Education is the key! Check out the NOAA, National Weather Service -Rip Current Safety- page which is loaded with information and a rip current safety video to help keep your time at the beach both safe and fun!

"Rip Current from Above" (The beach is seen at top right.) Photo: National Weather Service & NOAA, from Wikimedia Commons

NOAA: U.S. National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration

Have a wonderful and safe day at the shore! -J-

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