By Ralph Ansami, Your Daily Globe: 

Lake Superior water levels were from nine to 10 inches above normal at the end of March and two inches higher than last March. According to the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, the levels of all of the Great Lakes were well above normal at the end of the month. Lake Superior was at 601.96 feet above sea level on March 31, compared to the long-term daily mean of 601.15 feet.

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