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Get advisory information for monitored Wisconsin Great Lakes beaches

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Get advisories for individual counties

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    RSS stands for "Really Simple Syndication." RSS is a XML format for distributing and syndicating content. This website is using RSS 2.0. You can view the content of the RSS feeds a number of ways. RSS feeds can be viewed online in browsers like FireFox, Opera, Safari, and NetScape. There are a number of free RSS readers available online that can be downloaded to your computer. There are also a number of web based readers. Many of these can be found by doing an online search.

    The RSS feeds here show the most recently entered status for any monitored beaches along the Great Lakes. If you notice that the status of a beach has not changed in a while then that is still the current status of the beach. Monitoring is happening at all beaches listed here on a regular basis. The least frequently monitored beaches are sampled once a week.

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