Plan 2014 (High Lake Levels)

Opie

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Came across this on the Army Corp of Engineers web site this morning, Their forecast is out for 2019 and looks like we are in for a possible repeat of 2017.

I will do some digging around and see what else they have but its odd that they would put this up at all. It was like pulling teeth from the IJC and Army Corp for to give any forecast past 6 months. But they do protect themselves by adding "Experimental 5 year forecast" to the header.

here is the link and the outlook for the other Great lakes- experimental or not, it does make one think about what can come

https://www.lre.usace.army.mil/Miss...vels/Water-Level-Forecast/Long-Term-Forecast/



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Opie

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Friday November 16th, the average level is at 74.68 M

Per Fisheries and Oceans Canada, Since 2008, the November lake level average has been 74.54 M
The average lake level for November in 2017 was 74.87 M
Surface water temperature by the lift bridge is 48 F

Next reading date is: Friday November 30th

Reading date / Lake Average 2018
Nov 02 – 74.67
Oct 19 – 74.614
Oct 05 – 74.72
Sept 21 – 74.785
Sept 07 – 74.86
Aug 24 – 74.91
Aug 10 – 74.98
Jul 30 – 75.12
Jul 13 – 75.129
Jun 29 – 75.228
Jun 15 – 75.25
Jun 01 – 75.33
May 18 – 75.35
May 04 – 75.23
Apr 20 – 75.08
Apr 06 – 74.97
Mar 23 – 74.918
Mar 09 – 74.99
Feb 23 – 74.973
Feb 09 – 74.90
Jan 26 – 74.95
Jan 12 – 74.81 M
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Reading date / Lake Average 2017
Dec 27 – 74.71 M
Dec 08 – 74.795
Nov 24 – 74.89
Nov 09 – 74.929
Oct 27 – 74.83
Oct 10 – 74.95
Sept 29 – 74.99
Sept 15 – 75.12
Sept 01 – 75.28
Aug 18 - 75.47
Aug 04 - 75.6
July 22 - 75.71

Updated forecast into 2019 & Experimental 5 year forecast from the Army Corps of Engineers.

 
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Opie

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This reading looks encouraging, unless we monsoon rains we should be about the same as last year or even lower as we are roughly .2 meters lower.
Hi Scott it does look encouraging but still it would be better to see more of a drop. The eastern shores of Lake Ontario are still taking a beating every time we have a storm from the west.
 
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