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Harsh winter buoys Great Lakes water levels

Basin is still below average, Army Corps of Engineers report says

9:10 AM, Mar. 6, 2014
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Harsh winter conditions over the Great Lakes this winter have helped the Lakes Michigan-Huron basin rebound from record low levels a year ago.

However, the level remains well below the long-term average, according to the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers.

A wet spring could help close the gap, but the water level likely will remain at least a bit below the long-term average for the next six months even with optimum spring conditions, according to the corps' latest report, released Wednesday. ...

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