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Great Lakes offering warmer water for summer pleasure
Sea Grant 50th Anniversary: Celebrating the work of our Extension educators
The Tiger Musky
Be #currentsmart
Sea Grant 50th Anniversary: Celebrating the work of our Extension educators
Sea Grant 50th Anniversary: Celebrating the work of our Extension Educators
Register Now: 2016 Summer Discover Cruises
Mobile app lets Great Lakes anglers share needed data with biologists
Sea Grant 50th Anniversary: Celebrating the work of our Extension educators
April Regional Fisheries Workshops
  • Great Lakes offering warmer water for summer pleasure
  • Sea Grant 50th Anniversary: Celebrating the work of our Extension educators
  • The Tiger Musky
  • Be #currentsmart
  • Sea Grant 50th Anniversary: Celebrating the work of our Extension educators
  • Sea Grant 50th Anniversary: Celebrating the work of our Extension Educators
  • Register Now: 2016 Summer Discover Cruises
  • Mobile app lets Great Lakes anglers share needed data with biologists
  • Sea Grant 50th Anniversary: Celebrating the work of our Extension educators
  • April Regional Fisheries Workshops

Great Lakes offering warmer water for summer pleasure

Have you had a chance to visit beaches on the Great Lakes this summer? If not, you might want to schedule a trip as the waters are significantly warmer in 2016 than in 2015. The NOAA National Weather Service Gaylord office recently released this analysis of surface water temperatures across all the Great Lakes. Parts of the Great Lakes are a full 10 degrees Fahrenheit warmer than one year ago. learn more