KenCam - Central Lake, Michigan
Latitude 45° 3' 55.2" N, Longitude 85° 15' 5.9" W

This is the live web cam shot of my back yard on Intermediate Lake Road in Central Lake.  Besides the birds, you can occasionally see deer, rabbits, skunks, opossums, squirrels, and raccoons feeding on the ground.  In winter I have a snow depth gauge installed.    The picture is updated every three seconds during daylight hours until I turn the camera off around sunset.  You can email me with any questions or comments.

(4/17/14)  The lake elevation has leveled off at 8.90 feet this morning, just above last November's record high of 8.85 feet.  Speaking of records, Pellston had a low temperature of 1° yesterday morning, beating the old record for the date of 17°.

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(4/13/14)  Here's a photo of the river as seen from the Central Lake bridge with the water level at 8.3 feet.  It seems to be well on its way to the record level of 8.8 feet of last November.  You can see that the docks are beginning to go underwater.  I'll keep this updated over the next few days.  Click to enlarge. Click to enlarge.

(4/13/14)   Ice at the north end of the lake has melted, while the water level has approached within a few inches of the record highs of last November.  The southern parts of the lake remain frozen.  Click here to see changes over the seasons.

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