Soon enough, the hot topic around the Bass Islands will be THE ICE. The satisfaction gained from winter sports such as ice-sailing and ice-fishing depends heavily on the weather conditions (obviously), so getting a good idea of what’s happening in/on/to the lake is paramount. The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration serves up what every winter-lover will need to see at the Great Lakes Environmental Research Laboratory. Air temperatures, observed winds, surface water temperatures, and surface water currents are a few of the products available. Specific ice data appears once we leave the ice-free season.
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