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We are now doing water temperature and marine forecasts quite regularly through the summer and into the fall of 2015.  Check out Captain Matt Whitney's latest fishing report which will be coming soon.

Current Conditions
Temperature 69°F
Humidity 95%
Wind Speed NNE @ 1 mph
Wind Gust 8 mph
Pressure 29.988
Precipitation 0.00 inches
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Friday September 4

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Sunrise 7:12 am. Variable clouds, warm and humid. Clouds and haze in the morning and night, with sunshine in the middle. High 81. Low 68. Winds south 6-12 mph. Sunset 8:15 pm.

Saturday September 5

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Sunrise 7:14 am. Clouds and haze in the morning, and partial sunshine in the afternoon. it will continue to be warm and humid with a brief shower at times. High 79. Low 70. Winds south 6-12 mph. Sunset 8:14 pm.

Snowfall Summary for 2014-2015

As of 7 am on Saturday March 7, 2015, we had no snowfall in the past 24 hours. Our seasonal snowfall total to date is 112.1 inches.

Summer Outlook 2015

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Almost everyone is looking forward to a warm summer and good weather for our lakeshore activities in 2015. As most of us know that the winter of 2015 has been unusually cold with the last ice melting off Lake Superior in the last week of May. At the beginning of June most of Lake Superior is in the 30's while Lake Michigan has warmed into the 50's near shore, but is still around 38 midlake. The cold water temperatures are going to act like an air conditioner for at least the month of June, and it will remain cooler than average at least into mid July. This summer has a greater likelihood of being cooler than average much the same as the summer of 2014. Even though we won't be too warm, at least we will save on air conditioning, we won't need to water the garden as much, and it is likely that our lake levels will continue to rise or at least stay at current levels.
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