Water levels across the watershed are rapidly approaching the 2014 peak level.

Lake of the Woods rose 26 cm over the past week sitting at an average level of 323.66 m, which is over the 95th percentile level for this time of year.

An official with the Lake of the Woods Control Boards, says the Winnipeg River is up about 6 feet.

The water level along the Winnipeg River, between Kenora and Minaki, is expected to rise 12 - 16 cm over the next week and will continue to rise, along with Lake of the Woods, for the foreseeable future.

The photos in this article are before and after shots of decks and docks. While the photos aren't taken from the same spots, they very clearly showcase how high the water levels have risen.

Before and after water level 1Photo Credit: Facebook/Steve Peacock

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