Attached below are the November 3rd water level summaries from the US Army Corps of Engineers.
Above average rainfall across the entire Great Lakes basin for the month of October resulted in water levels in Michigan-Huron being flat instead of continuing their normal seasonal decline. They are now 10 inches higher than this time last year, 20 inches above long term average and 34 inches over chart datum. Levels are 19 inches below our long time high set in 1986 but 49 inches above our long time low recorded in 1964. Levels are expected to decline 1 inch over the next month.