Lake Superior Water Levels Remain Below Record Levels
The Corps does not expect water levels to go up the rest of the month.
DULUTH, Minn. — New data by the Army Corps of Engineers show that Lake Superior’s water level has fallen again after hitting a record high two years ago.
This is due in part to the lack of rain this summer.
While other Great Lakes have experienced a rise in their levels, Lake Superior is still twelve inches below its highest level set back in 2019.
That could all change if the northland receives more rain.