Great Lakes reaches second highest ice cover on record .

By steven d keeler | Mar 05, 2014
Courtesy of: NOAA

 

The latest data just in from the Great Lakes Environmental Research Laboratory in Ann Arbor Michigan indicates that, as of today, total ice cover reached the second highest value on record 91.8 %, beating the previous 2nd highest value set in 1994 of 90.7 %.

 

This is entirely consistent with CAGW theory and exactly as predicted by IPCC climate model runs.  ( please note – due to a processing backlog it is normal for the predictions to come after the actual event ).

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