Recently The Army Corps of Engineers was recognized for providing temperature, precipitation and lake level data to the National Weather Service in Louisville, KY since July 1st, 1963. Another example of how different organizations work together to build weather knowledge. Pictured below is Service Hydrologist Mike Callahan of the NWS and Carlos Lopez of the […]
Is the heat starting to get to you? Head north and take a dip in ice-filled Lake Superior! @spann To hot down south? How about a dip in STILL ICY #LakeSuperior @PureMichigan @JimCantore pic.twitter.com/ZQQ0KHwAfH — Jake Dunne (@JakeDunneWLNS) May 26, 2014 Post by I Love Upper Michigan.
Here’s a cool satellite animation of images taken over a 7 hour time span yesterday over Lake Michigan. The ice on Lake Michigan actually drifts south over time and is seen very well in this quick loop. Check it out!