DETROIT, Michigan — A wet and snowy winter has Lake Superior’s water levels up over last year, and the spring melt should bring it even higher, scientists say.
All of the Great Lakes remain below their historical averages. But despite a higher-than-average drop in March, Lake Superior averaged a depth of more than 600 feet, which is up from last year’s 599.7. And it’s still gaining.
Source: Detroit News
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