Michigan and Huron Reach All-Time Lows
Posted on: February 6, 2013

Lake Michigan
A low water Lake Michign
During January 2013, water levels on Lake Michigan and Lake Huron fell to their all-time lowest values since record keeping began in 1918, said the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers on February 5th. Learn more from an excellent blog post by Dr. Jeff Masters on wunderground.com (weather underground). The post explains that Lake Superior is about 9″ above an all-time low but is forecast to drop a further two inches in February, 2013.

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Visit the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration Water Levels Dashboard linked through the “Lake Data” section of infosuperior.com (scroll down, fifth heading from the top).

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