Great Lakes experience a record low in water levels

01/2/2013 | Buffalo News (N.Y.), The

Last summer's drought and the current mild winter have caused many bodies of water to reach record low levels, including the Great Lakes system. Residents near the lakes report seeing previously unseen rocks jutting from the lakes as well as some old shipwrecks. To regain normal water levels, six months of above-average amounts of rain would be needed, though that scenario is unlikely, experts say.

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