Great Lakes Region

June 10, 2019

The five Great Lakes are currently near or at record levels due to an abundance of precipitation and highlighted by extreme rainfall and snow melt over the last few months.  Impacts from these levels are widespread and present a number of challenges to those in and around the Great Lakes basin.

Listen and watch the Webinar below.

 

 

Presentation slides are available by clicking on the presenters name.  If you have unanswered questions regarding any of the presentations, please reach out to them by email.

 

Slides: Heather Stirratt (NOAA’s National Ocean Service):  heather.stirratt@noaa.gov
Slides: Keith Kompoltowicz (U.S. Army Corps of Engineers):   Keith.W.Kompoltowicz@usace.army.mil
Slides: Gary Garnet (NOAA’s National Weather Service):  gary.garnet@noaa.gov
Slides: Jeff Andresen (Michigan State Climatologist):  andresen@msu.edu
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