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HIGH WATER RECORD FOR LAKE CHAMPLAIN April 13, 2008

Posted by thenaturalist in Floods/High Water.
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Lake Champlain can turn destructive if levels exceed 101 feet and strong winds accompany the high water. In 1993, the lake reached a record level of 101.86 feet amid gusty winds, causing at least $1.5 million in damage to the Vermont shoreline. (Matt Sutkoski, “Lake Champlain poised to flood,” Burlington Free Press, 4/13/08 )

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