Lake St. Clair Water Levels Higher in 2016?

The Great Lakes water levels rise and fall in both long term and short term cycles. We are coming out of a low-level cycle and generally speaking, the waters are on the rise.

FOR MORE ON LONG TERM AND SHORT TERM GREAT LAKES CYCLES CLICK HERE TO SEE A PAPER FROM TEACH.GLIN.NET

So what will the levels be this year? Below is a chart from the US Army Corps of Engineers which will show the forecast going forward into our fishing season:

St Clair Montly Levels Jan 2016

There is an upper and lower range to this forecast, but the green line gives us the best estimate of what we can expect. As it stands, the December numbers are nearly identical to the same period in 2014. From that point, the projected levels stay high for 2016.

We will continue in higher water conditions than we were in 2013 if we stay at the projected levels. The potential for higher levels than last year shows in the forecast and that is probably helped by the fact that we are on the upside of the water levels cycle.

This forecast is updated monthly, and you can check it at:

CLICK HERE TO VISIT THE GREAT LAKES MONTHLY LEVELS FORECAST

This type of information and more is used to generate data for the book, No Secrets on Lake St. Clair Vol. 3 and the Marked Map Series HD Complete (410 spots on Lake St. Clair in a laminated chart book)

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