Lake Michigan and Lake Huron Water Levels Expected to Remain Down

Real Estate Broker/Owner with Buyer's Broker of Northern Michigan, LLC

According to the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Lake Michigan and Lake Huron water levels are expected to remain below their historical long term average levels this year.  The Lake Michigan-Huron water level is at the same level right now as it was this time last year, which is fifteen inches below the long-term monthly average for March.  The Corps of Engineers is predicting that during the next few months, Lake Superior will remain well below its water level of last year.  Water levels on Lakes Michigan-Huron, St. Clair, Erie and Ontario are projected to be similar to last year. 

Based on the foregoing projections, homeowners with water frontage on Lakes Michigan, Huron and Charlevoix will not notice much of a difference this year with respect to the exposed bottomlands in front of their homes.

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