By MARIE ORTTENBURGER
Capital News Service
LANSING — Recently released Great Lakes water level predictions have Superior, Michigan and Huron on the same page. But lakes Erie and Ontario flow to the beat of a different drum. The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration and the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers predict that the bigger lakes will drop below the level they were a year ago. Erie and Ontario are set to be higher than a year ago. How does that work?