Mullet Lake ice melting (heat+wave ). Photo by JeffMasters
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Mullet Lake ice melting

Uploaded by: JeffMasters

samedi 17 Mars 2012

Topinabee, MI (Current Weather Conditions)

Caption: I pulled a piece of ice out of Mullet Lake in Northern Michigan during my bike ride along the shore. It was so strange riding shirtless in 82°F heat along the shore of a frozen lake. The ground still had some snow patches from the 16" snow storm from last week. The lake ice is breaking up weeks ahead of usual due to our warm winter and incredible March heat.

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12. L8oper8r
21:22 GMT le 24 août 2012
Cool ice! Looks like 2 prehistoric birds grappling over a piece of food. And no - I don't do ink blots!
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11. richteas
20:57 GMT le 21 Mars 2012
And on the Other Side of the Country...

Record Snow Event in and around Eugene, OR.
This is the biggest snowstorm to strike the Eugene area this late in the winter season.
Here is how it compares to the previous record
latest snowfalls...

** 2012 March 20-21 total 7.0 inches (and still counting)
1951 March 5-7 total 7.6 inches
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10. JDA
15:13 GMT le 19 Mars 2012
Interesting shot Jeff! Good to see you posting.
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9. ChrisAnthemum
05:09 GMT le 18 Mars 2012
What I'd like to know is, how did you get this shot left-handed while holding the ice in your right hand? I don't think I could do that.
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8. MNTornado
05:05 GMT le 18 Mars 2012
That is pretty wild Dr Masters.
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7. Luckystar
00:13 GMT le 18 Mars 2012
So much warmer and snowless, in many normally wintery wonderlands, this season. Great and unique weather shot with beautiful clarity! 10!
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6. catilac
23:49 GMT le 17 Mars 2012
Cool shot!
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5. Railheel
22:51 GMT le 17 Mars 2012
That ice looks like water is running out your fingers.
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4. gatorgal
22:19 GMT le 17 Mars 2012
Now that is a Weather Nature find!
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3. ColoradoKat
22:19 GMT le 17 Mars 2012
Strange weather all around! Cool shot!
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2. Kennebunker
22:18 GMT le 17 Mars 2012
Mmm, we had similar conditions here - but no clear ice like this. Having all been snow covered on the lakes, it's much more slushy looking. Hope you had a great ride!
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1. Wanda1948
22:05 GMT le 17 Mars 2012
Fantastic shot!
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