Great Lakes Ice Cover

After record and near-record warmth in February, we’re left with just 9.5% ice cover on the Great Lakes.   Lake Erie has no ice at all 0%.  Lake Ontario is less than 1/2 of 1% ice cover.  Lake Superior is at 5% and Lake Huron has the highest percentage of surface ice cover at 13.6%. All the Great Lakes have well above average water levels.  Lake Michigan-Huron actually went up 2″ in the past week.  It’s down 2″ from one year ago, but still 9″ above the century average for March.  Lake Superior is unchanged in the last month and…