Great Lakes Ice Cover At A Record High

Less than 10% open water remaining.

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11 Responses to Great Lakes Ice Cover At A Record High

  1. northernont says:

    Must be all that missing heat rearing its ugly head and creating all this cold and ice, lol. Honestly though, how long must we endure the Church of Global Warming and their collective madness before the peasants grab their pitchforks?

  2. wwlee4411 says:

    Reblogged this on wwlee4411 and commented:
    global warming

  3. KevinK says:

    Offshore of Rochester NY Lake Ontario has about 75% surface coverage of very thin (1/4″ or less) sheet ice. No wind at this time (dead calm in fact), allowing this ice to form. It appears to go out quite a ways. It MIGHT just cover the whole lake IF (a very big if) there is no wind to break it up. A slight breeze overnight and it will likely dissipate.

    Cheers, Kevin

  4. norilsk says:

    I think the record going back to 1973 is 94% ice coverage in 1979. In a few days we might beat it.

  5. Morgan says:

    NOAA says 91%!! I am really proud of what we have accomplished. I will be able to tell my grandchildren that we froze 91% of the Great Lakes in the middle of unprecedented catastrophically anthropomorphic global warming.

  6. Jimmy Haigh. says:

    One thing is for sure. If “global cooling” had been the scare-de-jour the cold-mongers would have been all over this like a rash.

  7. Jimmy Haigh. says:

    I guess the heat is all at the bottom?

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