Great Lakes Average Ice Concentration

0%
0 D
-0 W
-0.7 M
-0.4 Y
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Great Lakes ice coverage stays at zero percent, unchanged from last year
Ice coverage remains low for another year, continuing the trend of diminished levels.
0% of the Great Lakes are currently covered with ice, marking a decrease of 0.44 percentage points from the same time last year.
Source:NOAA
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69.71- 0.1% D+ 0% W- 0.5% M+ 0.2% Y
20.95- 0.1% D+ 0% W- 1% M+ 0.4% Y
60.631- 0% D+ 0.5% W+ 2.3% M+ 0.6% Y
15.906- 0% D+ 1.1% W+ 5.1% M+ 1.3% Y
12.4M- 0.4% D- 3.2% W- 11.2% M- 0.8% Y
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