freeze overs on portions of great lakes are happening less frequently

Freeze-overs on portions of Great Lakes are happening less frequently

West Grand Traverse Bay officially hasn’t frozen over this winter, and long-term trends show that’s becoming the norm. In recent decades, those freeze-overs are happening less frequently; averages from 1980 on show it happened about 40 percent of the time, compared to nearly 80 percent of winters in the preceding decades. Read the full story by The Record-Eagle.

Read the full story

Similar Posts