May 29, 2022 Water Levels Report

Lake Michigan-Huron continues to be below the level it was at this time last year – see first graph below. From a month ago the water levels on Lakes Superior, Michigan-Huron, St Clair & Erie  are up 7, 2, 4, & 4 inches respectively, and Lake Ontario is down 2 inches. Lakes Superior, Michigan-Huron, St Clair & Erie are lower by 1, 7, 3 & 0 inches, respectively, and Lakes Ontario is 17 inches higher, than they were at this time last year. Lakes  Superior, Michigan-Huron, St Clair, Erie & Ontario are 6, 11, 15, 15 & 5 inches, respectively, above their long term May average. All the lakes remain well below their May record highs.

In a month’s time Lakes Superior, Michigan-Huron, St Clair, & Erie are forecast to be up 3, 2, 0 & 0 inches respectively, and Lake Ontario is forecast to be down 2 inches.


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