For the past seven years, Lake Superior water levels have been considered high. Now, they are dropping back to their historical long-term average due to the recent drought. Read the full story by KBJR-TV – Duluth, MN. Read the full story Tags: Daily News
The St. Lawrence River community of Clayton, New York was visited on September 9 by University of Michigan School for Environment and Sustainability Associate Professor Dr. Andrew Gronewold. Dr. Gronewold visited the North Country to lead a discussion on findings from his research on water levels in the Great Lakes. Read and hear the full…
In August, the average water levels on Lake Superior dropped less than an inch to 602.17 feet — matching its long-term average for the first time since April 2014. The lake was nearly a foot below water levels in August last year, falling 11 inches. Read the full story by Wisconsin Public Radio. Read the…
Residents, property owners, business owners, and all other interested parties are invited to join a virtual public workshop from 6 to 7:30 p.m. Wednesday, Sept. 22, that will focus on ways Lake Ontario shoreline communities in New York’s Cayuga and Oswego counties can work toward resilient approaches to shoreline management, land use, and development in…
Saugeen Valley Conservation Authority is issuing a flood outlook as a low pressure system moves over Southern Ontario.
Although still below last years’ water levels, Lake Michigan remains over the 30-year water level average. Read the full story by WJMN-TV – Escanaba, MI. Read the full story Tags: Daily News
Erosion, flooding and high water levels are some of the most concerning issues across the Great Lakes region, according to a recent survey.
But communities lack the funding, knowledgeable staff and support from government agencies to face these issues.
Water levels in the Great Lakes basin change naturally with recurring high and low water levels.
Members of the International Joint Commission (IJC) and International Lake Superior Board of Control (ILSBC) appeared before the Tiny Township, Ontario council to give a presentation on Georgian Bay and Upper Great Lakes water levels at a recent committee of the whole meeting. Read and listen to the full story by Midland Today. Read the…
Water levels in the Great Lakes have decreased from record heights in 2019 and 2020, although they still remain above their average levels, the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers indicated in its weekly forecast. Read the full story by the Holland Sentinel. Read the full story Tags: Daily News
Even with a return to wetter conditions in late June and July, U.S. Army Corp of Engineers Detroit District officials expect Great Lakes water levels to remain below 2019 and 2020 levels. Read the full story by WLUC–TV – Negaunee, MI. Read the full story Tags: Daily News
West Grey affected by heavy rain over the weekend.
According the SVCA, water levels in the town of Durham have already begun to recede but elevated water levels and increased flows continue to be a concern in local rivers.
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