Great Lakes Ice Up 400% Since 1995

There is four times as much ice on the Great Lakes as there was 20 years ago. Experts say that global warming is to blame.


The EPA wants to ban fossil fuels, because they are making lake ice disappear in the US

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Lake Ice | Climate Change | US EPA

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8 Responses to Great Lakes Ice Up 400% Since 1995

  1. gator69 says:

    I guess the Great Lakes were not informed that the pause isn’t real.

  2. daveandrews723 says:

    Maybe we should start adding the Great Lakes to the official Arctic (Sea) Ice Level stats now.

  3. Gail Combs says:

    In addition to WordPress booting my comments into the ether on a routine basis, I am now getting “Connection closed by remote server”

  4. emsnews says:

    It is way below zero on my mountain in NY.

    This is one of the bitterest winters I have ever lived through and I lived through the super cold 1970’s in NY when I used to go to the sea shore to feed the starving salt water ducks who would mob me looking for food (they ate fish I got from fish markets). The ducks became so used to me, they would sit on my lap and put their heads inside my coat for warmth. A number of them died despite my efforts.

    Well, the East River and Hudson Rivers are now frozen again just like back then!

    • rah says:

      -6 F Here near Anderson, IN. Slight breeze brings the wind chill to -10. The birds are letting me know they are thankful for the two feed blocks I put out for them.
      Tomorrow (Saturday) We are forecast to get about six more inches of the white stuff.

  5. rah says:

    All right By God, THAT’S ENOUGH! We need to find someone that stands in good with the Lord to write us a weather prayer.

  6. hifast says:

    I am certain those solar and wind-powered ice breakers will be fantastic! /sarc

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