Lake Superior ends five straight months of new or tied high-water marks
By: Gary Rinne, TB News Watch
THUNDER BAY — For the first time since May, the largest of the Great Lakes has finished a month without breaking or tying its all-time record for water levels.
Jacob Bruxer, Canadian representative on the International Lake Superior Board of Control, says Superior's mean level in October was 183.88 metres above sea level, just three centimetres below the record mean level for the month, established in 1985.
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