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Lakes Michigan, Huron hit record low water levels

7:09 AM, Feb. 6, 2013
The limestone carrier Lewis J. Kuber and the tanker Sichem Onomichi in the port of Green Bay in October 2012.
The limestone carrier Lewis J. Kuber and the tanker Sichem Onomichi in the port of Green Bay in October 2012.
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Dry, warm weather continues to cause record-setting low-water levels for the Lake Michigan-Huron system, according to the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Detroit District.

The two lakes, linked into a single system by the Straits of Mackinaw, measured 0.03 of an inch lower than the previous all-time record low, set in March 1964, according to the Corps, which has kept records since 1981. January's level was 0.1 of an inch below the previous January record and 2 inches below December' levels.

It's the second month in a row the system set a low water record, according to the Corps. ...

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