Great Lakes water levels are on the rise following last year's record lows
Lake Michigan and Lake Superior water levels have risen by about a foot, following the extreme lows that were recorded last year.
The Lake Michigan-Lake Huron combination hit record low levels as late as last January. Since then a lot of precipitation have raised water levels by about 11 inches; as of last month, levels were still 17 inches below the average level for October.
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