I know about all the stuff going on with global warming and such. While I'm not saying it's not happening(because it most definitely is), I am confused on an aspect:
If sea levels are supposed to rise, why are the lakes of Michigan so severely low?
Maybe I'm just a retard and it's not clicking in my brain, but I feel like I'm missing something. I know that MI is not getting as much snow as it used to, due to global warming most likely(even though we just had a four day long snow storm here in the UP...), and it has been drier. I noticed a couple weeks ago during the pre-spring warm up that Lake Superior was really down. It doesn't go as high up the breakwalls and seems to have receded down the beaches. I know that Lake Huron has been bad for years now. My dad owns property near the lake and wants to sell it, but the lake is so low no one wants it.
Anyone care to add input?