From MLive.com

These photos of the Ludington North Breakwater were taken just 10 minutes apart by Ludington photographer Todd Reed on Friday, April 13.(Courtesy Photo | Todd and Brad Reed Photography)
These photos of the Ludington North Breakwater were taken just 10 minutes apart by Ludington photographer Todd Reed on Friday, April 13.(Courtesy Photo | Todd and Brad Reed Photography)

LUDINGTON, MI – Photos taken by a Michigan photographer captured the dramatic rise of Lake Michigan near Ludington.

MLive Meteorologist Mark Torregrossa reports that a quick rise in water level known as a seiche caused the lake to rise 13.9 inches in just 42 minutes around 12:30 p.m. on Friday, April 13.

Photos captured by Ludington-based photographer Todd Reed provide evidence of just how dramatic the phenomenon also known as a “Great Lakes meteotsunami” was.

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