APRIL 14, 2020
Ice-out April 13!
There was still ice drifting off Raccoon Point on April 13, but with the brisk wind it would not have lasted the day. So we are calling ice-out as April 13, using our benchmark — Lake Temagami.
Is this a record date? Close. 2012 was April 11.
AERIAL PHOTOS: Apr 12
APRIL 8, 2020
Freeze-up Watch: ice line at Lake Temagami
A satellite image of the approach of the ice line to the south end of Lake Temagami.
SATELLITE PHOTO: Apr 8
APRIL 6, 2021
Freeze-up Watch: Lake Temagami ice
Photos of waterfalls, ice road and cracks on Lake Temagami.
AERIAL PHOTOS: Apr 5
APRIL 4, 2020
Freeze-up Watch: ice line moves north of Simcoe
A satellite image of summer's approach.
SATELLITE PHOTO: Apr 2
APRIL 1, 2021
Freeze-up Watch: shoreline water at Wabikon
Photos of shoreline water and a threading ice crack.
LAKE-SIDE PHOTO: Apr 1
MARCH 23, 2021
Freeze-up Watch: ice road still open
The ice road shot from Miller's cockpit.
LAKE-SIDE PHOTOS: Mar 23
MARCH 20, 2021
Freeze-up Watch: ice crack photos
Captain Ron Miller captures open-water ice cracks on Lake Temagami.
AERIAL PHOTOS: Mar 20
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