There's no ice on Lake Erie: Does that mean we'll get more lake-effect snow?
By: Barbara O'Brien. The Buffalo News
It is almost February, and there is virtually no ice on Lake Erie.
As of Friday, 0.07% of the 9,900 square miles of the lake was frozen.
"It's rare to have, essentially, zero ice cover," said James Kessler, a physical scientist with the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration's Great Lakes Environmental Research Laboratory.
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