More meteotsunamis occur on Lake Michigan than any other Great Lake; New research may lead to lifesaving warnings about the potentially destructive waves

There’s no forecasting system in place, but recent research from National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration scientists, published in the journal Natural Hazards and based on the Ludington meteotsunami, might help forecast future waves. Read the full story by the Chicago Tribune.

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