Waves roll ashore at Lakeside Park Monday, April 15, 2019 in Port Huron. Water levels on Lake Huron are expected to be higher than average this summer.
Brian Wells, The Times Herald
It appears 2020 won’t bring relief from high Great Lakes water levels — and they could be even higher than this past record-shattering spring and summer.
Following a generally rainy September, measurements by the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers show every Great Lake, and Lake St. Clair, well above long-term monthly average water levels for October — almost 3 feet higher on connected lakes Michigan and Huron (35…