Floradude Posted September 3, 2017 Report Share Posted September 3, 2017 This morning I saw my first small (long and skinny) raft of lirio drifting off shore of Ajijic. This usually signifies that a good flow of water from the two rivers is entering the lake. A decade or more ago I used to see vast rafts of lirio covering the lake. Now to a question about the Lake Level. I should know the answer because I have lived here a long time and read enough articles about the lake but I do not know/remember the answer. Lake Chapala Weather Net reports the lake level at 94.99 M. Being a science person I know the "M" is an abbreviation for Meter. So the lake is at 94.99 Meters ? We know that Lake Chapala is a very shallow lake and not over 280 feet deep. What does the 94.99 M. tell us? Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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