13 January 2018: Water Level Chart Updated

The Clary Lake water level charts have been updated for the first time this year. I hadn’t expected to resume water level measurements yet, but heavy overnight rains not only melted all the snow in my yard but also the ice around the edge of the lake making it too easy to obtain a water level measurement. The lake level is now -30.48″ below the normal high water mark having risen 11.76″ from my last measurement back on December 31st. It remains to be seen whether I’m back to a regular, daily measurement routine. Probably not, but ever the opportunist, I’ll snag an occasional water level measurement this winter when the opportunity presents itself.

Tim Chase recorded 2.4″ of precipitation at his Grand Army Weather Station. I for one am glad it wasn’t in the form of snow… 

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