According to the Army Corps of Engineers, Additional precipitation and high flows are anticipated to continue to contribute to extremely high lake levels. Based on the forecasted June 14th water levels, Lakes St. Clair, Michigan-Huron, and Ontario are predicted to rise above the previous month’s levels by 2, 6, and 9 inches respectively. Using the June 14th water level forecast, all lakes are predicted to have higher levels than last year by 10-13 inches. The projected level change by July 14th is a 2-inch rise for both Lakes Superior and Michigan-Huron. Lake St. Clair is expected to be at a similar level on July 14. Lake St. Clair is expected to exceed the average for June by 2 inches. Check out the Army Corps of Engineers website for the most up to date information.