Spread out on the beach this summer!

The record-shattering high water levels have dropped in all of the Great Lakes. Lake Ontario dropped 28 inches, Lakes Huron and Michigan — which are connected and have the same level — declined 14 inches Lake Erie fell 17 inches, and Lake Superior 6 inches.

Low humidity and sunny skies this winter boosted evaporation. The lakes also had relatively little ice cover due to milder and drier weather from November through April and well-below normal snowfall. Although lake levels usually rise in spring and summer, the rise is late this year and won’t be as dramatic as during the past two years.

Break out the beach chairs and umbrellas! We be beachin.

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By Ilona Dotterrer, Cottage 1

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