CHICAGO (CBS) — A winter storm churned up dangerous waves on Lake Michigan this weekend.
But on Sunday once the storm had moved out and the waves were tamer, some found fit to go surfing.READ MORE: 1 Dead, 3 Injured In Shootings On Near West Side
CBS 2 caught up with surfer Jun Yang on the lake in Evanston.READ MORE: University of Chicago To Host Public Memorial For Civil Rights Activist Timuel D. Black
“There’s really good waves right now, so usually right after the storm, there’s big waves, and then right now,” Yang said, “the wind is headed towards the beach, and that makes the waves a little cleaner, so it’s really good waves to ride.”MORE NEWS: Chicago Weather: Rain Followed By Colder Temps
Yang said he is a beginner surfer, so he only caught waves that were four to five feet high.