CLEVELAND — Edgewater Beach and Huntington Beach have been closed to swimmers due to high waves and potentially dangerous currents, according to Cleveland Metroparks.
There are also water quality advisories at Edgewater Beach and Villa Angela due to E. coli bacterial levels that are estimated to exceed the water quality standard and are unacceptable for swimming.
Edgewater Beach and Huntington Beach are closed to swimmers until further notice. The beaches themselves remain open to visitors, Metroparks officials said.
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