Lake of the Woods rose by 6 cm (2.5 in) over the past week and now sits at 324.03 m (1063.1 ft), which is over 95th percentile level for this time of year.

The lake is expected to peak by the end of June followed by a gradual drop.

It's still possible for Lake of the Woods to reach the record level that was set back in July of 1950 at 324.31 m (1064.0 ft).

The Winnipeg River level rise over the next 7 days below Norman Dam is expected to be 3-6 cm (1-2 in) with less rise further downstream from Kenora, reaching 1-2 cm (1 in) at Minaki.