Greatest ice cover on Great Lakes since satellite records began
As of today, 27 May 2014, Lake Superior ice cover stands at 4.3% – the greatest level of ice seen on this date, not only on Lake Superior, but on all of the Great Lakes since modern satellite records in 1980-81.
Great visuals on Twitter of the ice this holiday weekend:
Thanks to H.B. Schmidt for these links
“There is still a possibility that ice will remain going into June,” says H. B. “Anyone want to wager a bet as to when it will begin reforming this fall? I suspect that Vegas bookies are willing to do so!”