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Headed to the beach Thursday? Beware of large waves, dangerous currents

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MILWAUKEE — If you’re planning a trip to one of the beaches in southeast Wisconsin on Thursday, September 1st, you’ll want to be aware of this. The National Weather Service (NWS) has issued a beach hazards statement that is in effect until Friday morning.

Large waves and dangerous longshore and rip currents are expected, according to officials. Conditions could be life-threatening.

Beaches from Sheboygan to Kenosha are impacted by this notice. The NWS says beaches with particularly dangerous conditions include:

  • Vollrath Park Beach, Sheboygan
  • North Side Municipal Beach, Sheboygan
  • Blue Harbor Beach, Sheboygan
  • Upper Lake Park Beach, Port Washington
  • Harrington State Park Beach
  • McKinley Beach, Milwaukee
  • Grant Park Beach, South Milwaukee
  • Shoop Park Beach, Racine
  • North Park Beach, Racine
  • Simmons Island Beach, Kenosha

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