Water Level Updates

March 2023 Water Level Update

Lake Michigan water levels began their seasonal incline, increasing 1 inch from February to March. Though Lake Michigan is now about 31 inches below the highest monthly water level recorded for March 2020, the Lake is still about 4 inches higher than the long-term average water level for the month. Water levels are expected to…
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February 2023 Water Level Update

Lake Michigan water levels continued their seasonal decline, decreasing 1 inch from January to February. Though Lake Michigan is now about 33 inches below the highest monthly water level recorded for February 2020, the Lake is still about 4 inches above the long-term average water level for the month. Water levels are expected to begin…
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January 2023 Water Level Update

Lake Michigan water levels continued their seasonal decline, decreasing 2 inches from December to January. Though Lake Michigan is now about 33 inches below the highest monthly water level recorded for January 2020, the Lake is still about 4 inches above the long-term average water level for the month. Water levels are expected to continue…
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December 2022 Water Level Update

Lake Michigan water levels continued their seasonal decline, decreasing 5 inches from November to December. Though Lake Michigan is now about 31 inches below the highest monthly water level recorded for December 1986, the Lake is still about 4 inches above the long-term average water level for the month. Water levels are expected to continue…
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November 2022 Water Level Update

Lake Michigan water levels continued their seasonal decline, decreasing 2 inches from October to November. Though Lake Michigan is now about 31 inches below the highest monthly water level recorded for November 1986, the Lake is still about 7 inches above the long-term average water level for the month. Water levels are expected to continue…
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October 2022 Water Level Update

Lake Michigan water levels continued their seasonal decline, decreasing 4 inches from September to October. Though Lake Michigan is now about 34 inches below the highest monthly water level recorded for October 1986, the Lake is still about 7 inches above the long-term average water level for the month. Water levels are expected to continue…
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September 2022 Water Level Update

Lake Michigan water levels have started the seasonal decline, decreasing 2 inches from August to September. Though Lake Michigan is now about 24 inches below the highest monthly water level recorded for August in 2020, the Lake is still about 9 inches above the long-term average water level. Water levels are expected to remain level…
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August 2022 Water Level Update

Lake Michigan water levels have peaked for the season, with 0 inches of change from July to August. Though Lake Michigan is now about 24 inches below the highest monthly water level recorded for August in 2020, the Lake is still about 9 inches above the long-term average water level. Water levels are expected to…
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July 2022 Water Level Update

  Lake Michigan water levels have now peaked for the season, with 0 inches of change from June to July.¬†Though Lake Michigan is now about 25 inches below the highest monthly water level recorded for June in 2020, the Lake is still about 9 inches above the long-term average water level. Water levels are expected…
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June 2022 Water Level Update

Lake Michigan water levels continue their seasonal incline, increasing by 3 inches from April to May. Though Lake Michigan is now about 25 inches below the highest monthly water level recorded for May in 2020, the Lake is still about 10 inches above the long-term average water level. Water levels are expected to continue their…
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