6-Month Forecast: March 2021
February was very cold throughout the Great Lakes region, which led to increased evaporation and caused an ice jam to develop on the St. Clair River. This was also the fourth consecutive month the Great Lakes basin experienced below average precipitation. As a result of the dry and cold conditions in the region, all the lakes declined from January to February. To find out what to expect as the lakes enter their period of seasonal rise, check out the latest 6-month forecast of Great Lakes water levels.