Utah’s Great Salt Lake Has Dropped To Lowest Water Levels In History…

Via ABC:

The southern portion of the Great Salt Lake in Utah has dropped to its lowest level ever, the U.S Geological Survey said Saturday. Lake levels have been declining for some time, but the record-breaking drought hitting the West has accelerated its fall in recent months.

Average daily water levels dropped about an inch below the previous record of 4,194 feet, set in 1963, with records dating back to 1847.

 

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