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Thu August 22, 2013
Great Lakes water levels are improving thanks to cool, wet summer weather
There has been a healthy degree of grousing this year by lovers of hot weather.
We had a cool and rainy spring, and certainly this summer has not been a replay of last year's hot, dry season.
But here's something to think about: the cooler, wetter weather is "good medicine" for our Great Lakes and those all-important water levels.
MLive meteorologist Mark Torregrossa joined us today to talk about why.
Listen to the full interview above.
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