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Kyle Sandberg

Rain?

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How Mille Lacs fare for rain this time around. Did you guys get some and did it help any? We need the water.

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The top of the table you are referring to states the depth is measured in feet. The change since Sunday is .11 feet which equals 1.32 inches.

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It looks like the radar is showing lots more rain for Mille Lacs today too. I hope that is good for another inch or more. BRING IT ON!!!

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Looks like the water station quit reporting during the rain on the 20th. Anybody know if the water level has raised a little or I guess best case scenario hoping it has not dropped anymore.

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This last weekend It was up a little, probably less than 2". Too bad the major rain stayed just south of the lake. I heard rumors of 5" of rain just north of Milaca.

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