Lake Records Set

New high-water marks continue to be set in the Great
Lakes. 

The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Detroit District says the levels for Lakes Erie, Ontario, and Superior set all-time highs for the month of July, with records dating back to 1918.  Lakes Michigan and Huron, considered one body of water, nearly topped the 1986 record, averaging 581-point-92 feet last month.  The record from 33 years ago is 581-point-99 feet.