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http://ijc.org/en_/islrbc/reg_summary

 

The lake is about 1 foot over long term average, they are letting out about 250,000 cfs, and long term discharge for last week was  about 225000 cfs.  They compute  the lake is a foot lower than it would be with no control at the St Lawrence.   Supply into the lake was about 350,000 cfs  while the average supply at this time of the year is  about 248,000 cfs.  A lot of runoff from that last melt, and a lot of water coming down  Niagara.

 

I could not access the UACE pages, maybe that part of the government is still shut down!

Edited by Lucky13

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Wow that’s great!! from this chart we didn’t have a flood last spring or summer? Must have been a bad dream???? Lol.


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Lake Superior is now three inches below its record high level. It will be here sooner or later.


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All four upper lakes are forecast to be above average levels but Lake Ontario is forecast to be slightly above average level till June. US Army Corps news release.

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