NOAA Expert: Lake Superior May have ice in June

Watts Up With That?

lice-00[1]Submitted by Eric Worrall

George Leshkevich, a NOAA expert on Great Lakes ice, suggested in an interview that he wouldn’t be surprised if there was ice on Lake Superior in June.

While satellite images show more ice broken up and in smaller floes, there’s “a lot still on the lake,” Leshkevich said.

He said ice on the lake this year compares to 1979 in terms of coverage, with about 67 percent iced over on the comparable date of April 23. 

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