Lake Ontario is on the decline, but that doesn’t mean the worst is over.
The Army Corps of Engineers announced it doesn't expect the water in the Great Lakes to go down too much, too soon.
Keith Kompoltowicz is the chief of the Corps' watershed hydrology branch in Detroit, Michigan.
"Currently all the lakes are on their seasonal decline," he said via phone Tuesday. "But additional records for the month of August are still likely on a few of the lakes."