The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers says Lake Michigan continues to get deeper. For the fourth straight month in April, Michigan and Huron, considered the same body of water, set a record for the water level and topped the 1986 record by 2.76 inches. The lake is 581.69 feet deep, up 13 inches in the past year and three-feet higher than the long-term average level. The Corps says Lake Erie also set a record for April, with the previous mark set in 1985. Compared to March, Lakes Michigan and Huron rose three inches, Lake Erie was up four inches, Lake Superior rose two inches, and Lake Ontario was up six inches. The new forecast from the Corps of Engineers predicts Lake Michigan to continue setting records until September or October.