12 March 2010

Lake Erie Ice

My friends at the Great Lakes Environmental Research Lab sent me word of their nice video of ice on Lake Erie. There was an unusually long cloud-free (or at least little cloud) period, so you can actually see some ice and its motion.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IwW56v1Jt0U for the video.

Something for you to look at while I'm off-net for a few days.

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Matt Silberstein said...

To my ignorant eye that looks like a considerable flow from West to East. Is that what we are seeing?

Robert Grumbine said...

That's it. That's a typical situation for Erie.

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