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Frigid Temperatures Raise Great Lakes Water Levels
Last year Lake Michigan water levels hit historical lows, but this winter’s frigid temperatures may be helping in the Great Lakes’ recovery.

For the last 20 years lower ice coverage has resulted in more water being evaporated, contributing to the low water levels.

The current ice level is on track to do something that hasn’t been seen in decades, cover most of Lake Michigan. Ice has the benefit of raising water levels. More ice formation means less direct contact with the atmosphere and less opportunity for evaporation.

 
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