This is great site for everything you need to know about Great Lake levels, past, present and forecast. Right now Lake O is about 244 feet, down about 8 inches from long term average. Data goes back 100 years. It is 35 inches lower than the highest monthly avg for March and 21 inches higher than the lowest monthly March average  which is amazing. In both 2017 and 2019 levels exceeded 249 feet which resulted in tremendous shoreline erosion and property damage, especially when the lake starts to churn, which is often. I never want to see that again. Last year was higher than average water levels but not critically high. The lake levels will come back to normal. I hope the outflows from the St Lawrence River can balance precipitation activity across the region.
I hope the moon landing was not faked. Everything else I have believed in seems to be the target of revisionist history.