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UW-Madison CIMSS
One of these lakes is not like the others. Hint: no moonlit clouds. is 79.3% ice covered! Effectively shutting off the snow machine. Last year at this time it was only 9.5% covered.
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bluska Jan 6
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Melting, melting!
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Anonymous Source Jan 6
Replying to @UWCIMSS @BobLonsberry
so inconvenient ;-)
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Brian Jan 6
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They look like empty basins in this pic. Gorgeous.
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Bill Schaffer Jan 6
Replying to @UWCIMSS
Put in a good word for more sun please ? Ty :) I can handle the MI long winter as long as I can see the sun now and then.
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Guy Stella Jan 6
So cloud streets are caused by EMF? 🤔
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mybadge Jan 6
put your observation skills to the test on this classic picture that snowlovers in NW PA despise.
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Michael Ragusa Jan 6
Replying to @UWCIMSS @RobertWTOL
Open question: Ever go ice skating on Lake Erie?
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Walter Horsting Jan 6
Replying to @UWCIMSS @ClimateDepot
More cooling ahead with sun cycles 24-27...end of the modern Holocene warming...
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Tom Clarke Jan 6
Replying to @Bildo4 @UWCIMSS
Incomprehensible
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chris melville Jan 6
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What's going on with the polar sea ice?
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somedaygirl Jan 6
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after how many feet of snow???
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dogbert❌ Jan 6
That's inconvenient.
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Ol' Grumpy Carrie Jan 6
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How does this affect shipping channels?
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Tony FX Jan 6
Replying to @ErnieBass3 @UWCIMSS
Yes
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OldCrow Jan 6
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Whoohoo!!!
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Terra Jan 6
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Yes it’s flipping cold!!!
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