Great Lakes Water Levels and News

Bill's Blog
Saugatuck Webcam_1546233993241.png.jpg

The above pic. from our Storm Team 8 Saugatuck Skycam was taken shortly after sunset on Sunday Dec. 30.  You’re looking out over Kalamazoo Lake, which is connected to Lake Michigan.  

Lake Superior is down 3″ in the last month, down 1″ in the last year, but it’s still 10″ above the long-term average.  Lake Michigan/Huron is down 1″ in the last month.  The lakes were up 3″ in 2018 and they are now 19″ above the century average for late December.  Lake Erie is up 1″ in the last month, up 7″ year-to-year and is now a full 24″ higher than the average level.  Lake Ontario is up 4″ in the last month, unchanged since Dec. 2017 and is now 9″ above the long-term average.  Lake St. Clair is unchanged in the last month, up 5″ in the last year and is now 22″ higher than average. 

Also:  Lake Erie walleye population expected to increaseIce sailing on Superior BayThe wreck of the Rouse SimmonsThe first 8 state water trailsIt’s time for the New Year’s Polar Bear SwimSurfers on Lake MichiganThe 25 days of FishmasLudington State Park adds 100 acresU.S. and Canadian Coast Guards work together.  BeaversFirst Coast Guard ice rescue of the winterFighting algal bloomsGreat Lakes freighters heading to port for the winterShipwreck discovered in Lake MichiganRecord Great Lakes National Park attendanceLamprey pie?   The tragic death of Lydia Dale

Copyright 2021 Nexstar Inc. All rights reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten, or redistributed.

Weather Tools