Mullet Lake ice melting (heat+wave ). Photo by JeffMasters

Mullet Lake ice melting

Uploaded by: JeffMasters

Saturday March 17, 2012

Topinabee, MI (Current Weather Conditions)

Caption: I pulled a piece of ice out of Mullet Lake in Northern Michigan during my bike ride along the shore. It was so strange riding shirtless in 82°F heat along the shore of a frozen lake. The ground still had some snow patches from the 16" snow storm from last week. The lake ice is breaking up weeks ahead of usual due to our warm winter and incredible March heat.


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