A more troubling part of the study’s forecast was that Lake Michigan-Huron is expected to decrease to 174.5 by 2030, only eight years away. This would make it 3.5 feet lower than the lows measured between 2000 and 2014. Such a drop may render some coastal ports and marinas inoperable, and it may be possible to walk to numerous islands on Lake Huron’s Georgian Bay and North Channel.
Recent extreme weather patterns and sub-zero conditions across the Upper Great Lakes region have blown away forecasts of yet another year of below-average ice cover. The recent polar vortex spikes Great Lakes ice coverage. Currently, four out of the five Great Lakes are significantly above average reported ice coverage data. Except for Lake Superior which is near its average ice coverage norm for this date in the year.
The Detroit Army Corps of Engineers have kept records of ice coverage going back to 1973. The map shows the current extent of the ice cover on the Great Lakes.
We are tracking the Great Lakes Ice Coverage for the Winter of 2021.
Sill break walls along the Lake Michigan shore is a natural-looking method of holding and collecting beach sand and prevent erosion.
Lake Huron residents may find it a suitable option for their beach or lake easement property.
On January 1, the STORM Act was been signed into law. It provides support for communities facing rising water levels and erosion on the Great Lakes.
Niagara Falls webcams are showing an effect of high Great Lakes water levels. Locals and regular visitors to Niagara Falls have noticed that the iconic falls has increased its roar this year.
Michigan shoreline community’s are petitioning to declare a Great Lakes Water Level Emergency due to record setting Great Lakes Water levels. The Army Corps of …