The recent spell of record cold across the midwestern United States has caused ice on the Great Lakes to reach levels not seen since 2014, with yet more bone-chilling cold in the forecast.
The key factor that caused this sharp increase in ice coverage was the record subzero temperatures brought on by the polar vortex, which in turn was brought on by low solar activity.
Lake Erie had the most pronounced rise in ice, spiking from near zero percent in mid-January to over 90 percent by the start of February.
For the full article from AccuWeather.com, click here.
This is an indication of how quickly things can turn, folks.
There is no gradual decent into a GSM — when things gets rolling, they roll quick and they roll hard.
Don’t get caught out.
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