However, the water quality of Villa Angela Beach is good.
Kaiyahoga County, Ohio — Editor’s Note: The player video above is from a previous unrelated story.
If you are planning a beach trip to Lake Erie, we recommend waiting a day, depending on which beach you want to go to.
This is due to poor predicted water quality at Edgewater Beach on Friday, June 11th.It’s a high level E. coli Bacteria in water.
According to the Northeast Ohio Sewerage District (NEORSD), the probability of exceeding the bacteriological criteria for Edgewater Beach on Friday is 51.5%, with expected concentrations. E. coli The water on the beach is 73MPN / 100mL.
However, if you’re planning on spending a beach day on Friday, Villa Angela Beach may be your best bet. The expected water quality is good. In other words, there are not enough bacteria in the water to worry about.Villa Angela Beach has a 32.1% chance of exceeding the bacteriological criteria and is predicted E. coli The concentration is 91MPN / 100mL. That’s according to NEORSD.
NEORSD uses modeling results generated by a program called Virtual Beach 3.0.Software tends to underestimate E. coli NEORSD also uses the data from the previous year and incorporates it into daily calculations.So when predicted E. coli The concentrations generated by Virtual Beach 3.0 exceed these threshold limits. E. coli Concentrations are expected to exceed recreational standards for 235 MPN / 100 mL bath water.
Editor’s Note: The player videos below are from a previous unrelated story.
Water quality on the beach in Kaiyahoga County on Friday, June 11th
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