Wixomb Lake is located in western Missouri, about an hour’s drive from Springfield, Illinois.
The lake is located about 45 minutes south of the town of Westfield, Illinois, and has a population of about 150.
The weather is mild and mildish, with highs in the teens to mid-30s.
Lake Ozark is the second largest lake in the state, after Lake Huron.
It has a depth of about 1,300 feet, with a maximum depth of 3,200 feet.
It is the deepest lake in Missouri and one of the most active in the Midwest.
Lake Ozarks water level fluctuates during the summer, but it is generally well above the lake’s normal seasonal average.
There are several other lakes in the Ozarks, some of which are listed in the National Register of Historic Places.
Lake Wixomp Lake is a small lake in Wixoma, Missouri, located about 90 miles southeast of Springfield, Missouri.
The water level of Lake Wixoom is about 1.6 feet below normal during the summers.
The average depth of Lake wixom is about 2,100 feet.
Lake wixomp is the third largest lake of Missouri.
Its waters are about 1 mile south of Lake Ozaradus, a small river that flows through the Ozark.
The temperature of Lakewixomp averages between 10 and 14 degrees Fahrenheit.
Lake St. Clair is located approximately 75 miles south of Springfield.
Its water level is 1,500 feet, making it one of Missouri’s most active lakes.
Lake St. Clairs waters are very cold and average between 5 and 10 degrees Fahrenheit, with average temperatures of about 10 degrees to 15 degrees.
Lake lake st. clairs waters can be extremely cold in summer.