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The Other Gary

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Posted - Feb 12 2011 :  11:04:49  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
Here is the monthly waterlevel resource that is updated every Thursday night.
It gives the levels as adjused to chart Datum. A great tool before a cruise.

http://www.lre.usace.army.mil/Missions/GreatLakesInformation/GreatLakesWaterLevels/WaterLevelForecast/WeeklyGreatLakesWaterLevels.aspx

This is th NOAA Page for the Great Lakes. If you click on wind for any lake it will take you to a page where you have the option at the top to go back over the last 24 hours of actuals and forward to the next 24 hours of forcast,,, hour by hour. It does the same for wave projections. Another planning tool.

http://www.glerl.noaa.gov/res/glcfs/





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I saw a movie where only the military and the police had guns,,,,, It was called Schindler's List

Edited by - The Other Gary on Mar 31 2013 11:52:28

Homeport: Toronto, Lake Ontario

DogDaze

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Posted - Jan 10 2013 :  14:22:17  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
Hi Gary,

Thanks for posting... can ya get a little extra water added to Lake Erie for us, so as to be able to launch this spring??? we're getting a little low down here.. :(


Joe & Sheryl
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Ron Dudas

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Posted - Feb 26 2013 :  05:51:46  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
Try this site “Great Lakes Online”. http://glakesonline.nos.noaa.gov/
It gives updated water levels every six minutes. On the left panel scroll town to State Maps. Click on State an all water level stations will come up. At the bottom of the page is Detail Listing. This page is updated every six minutes.


Ron D.
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Laissez-Faire

RO# 32833

Posted - Apr 29 2013 :  00:08:12  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
good info....does anyone have good info on the Mississippi and Illinois Rivers, will be going thru
in June (I HOPE)



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wetmartini

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Posted - Jul 19 2013 :  10:19:50  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
very cool link for water levels! thanks, helps out a lot.



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