A new report released Friday says 2018 is already the deadliest this decade for drownings in the Great Lakes.
The report, from a nonprofit called the "Great Lakes Surf Rescue Project" attributes the increase to warmer weather.
Drownings typically spike in periods with what the project calls the three Ws — waves, winds and weekends.
The report states that so far in 2018 there have been 105 drownings. That’s almost twice as many as I 2015. Also, the report states, most people who drown aren't wearing life jackets.