Water levels naturally fluctuate yearly based on seasonal cycles, however, in recent decades, experts have observed more dynamic changes including historic lows record-breaking rises. Models predict that climate change will cause a slow increase in average water levels over the coming decades with increasingly unpredictable short term highs and lows caused by more extreme storms and other weather events.
Tracking Water Levels
The USACE weekly Georgian Bay (Lake Michigan-Huron) water levels: click here.
The USACE monthly Georgian Bay (Lake Michigan-Huron) water levels: click here.
Level News: monitoring Great Lakes and St. Lawrence River water levels,
from the Government of Canada. Click here.
The 12 month outlook summary for the Great Lakes in English units.