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issued Monday Wednesday Friday


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FZUS81 KCLE 232240
ICELIO

GREAT LAKES ICE OUTLOOK
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE CLEVELAND OHIO
539 PM EST MON JAN 23 2017

ACTIVE WATCHES...WARNINGS...AND ADVISORIES ON THE GREAT LAKES CAN
BE FOUND AT...HTTP://WWW.CRH.NOAA.GOV/GREATLAKES/?C=HAZ&L=GL&P=A

5 DAY ICE DISCUSSION...

LITTLE CHANGE IN THE ICE COVERAGE ON THE GREAT LAKES EXPECTED OVER
THE NEXT FIVE DAYS. ICE WILL REMAIN ON THE SAGINAW AND GREEN BAYS
WITH SLOW ICE GROWTH RETURNING THIS WEEKEND.

TEMPERATURES WILL BE MUCH ABOVE NORMAL FOR THE FIRST HALF OF THE
WEEK AS AN AREA OF LOW PRESSURE ALONG THE MID ATLANTIC COAST TRACKS
NORTH TOWARDS MAINE. ANOTHER AREA OF LOW PRESSURE WILL TRACK FROM
THE PLAINS ACROSS THE CENTRAL AND EASTERN GREAT LAKES WEDNESDAY INTO
THURSDAY BEFORE MERGING WITH THE OTHER SYSTEM NEAR NEWFOUNDLAND.
THIS WILL MAINTAIN A TROUGH ACROSS THE GREAT LAKES REGION WITH
TEMPERATURES TRENDING COOLER TOWARDS NORMAL BY THE WEEKEND.

NORTHEAST WINDS OF 15 TO 25 KNOTS EXPECTED ON THE EASTERN GREAT
LAKES TONIGHT INTO TUESDAY WITH LIGHT AND VARIABLE WINDS ELSEWHERE.
THE UPPER GREAT LAKES WILL SEE NORTHWEST WINDS OF 15 TO 25 KNOTS
DEVELOP ON WEDNESDAY AND CONTINUE INTO THE WEEKEND. LAKES ERIE AND
ONTARIO WILL HAVE SOUTHWEST WINDS OF 20 TO 30 KNOTS ON
WEDNESDAY...SHIFTING TO THE WEST AT 15 TO 25 KNOTS ON THURSDAY AND
LINGERING INTO THE WEEKEND.


THE GREAT LAKES ICE ANALYSIS PRODUCTS CAN BE FOUND AT:

HTTP://WWW.NATICE.NOAA.GOV/PRODUCTS/GREAT_LAKES.HTML

AND

HTTP://WWW.GLERL.NOAA.GOV/DATA/ICE/#CURRENTCONDITIONS

        TEMPERATURE  FORECASTS FOR SELECTED CITIES

 LOCATION   01/24   01/25   01/26   01/27   01/28   01/29
   DULUTH  26  33  28  16  23  24  16  24  13  25  15
MARQUETTE  32  37  31  35  29  33  23  28  20  26  17  24
 GREENBAY  31  39  32  37  28  34  21  28  17  27  15  25
MILWAUKEE  33  40  35  40  30  36  24  31  20  28  19  28
  CHICAGO  33  42  37  42  31  35  25  31  21  29  21  30
 MUSKEGON  35  40  37  42  32  37  27  33  23  30  21  29
   ALPENA  34  37  31  39  30  36  24  31  21  29  16  24
  DETROIT  36  41  36  46  34  39  29  35  25  31  23  30
   TOLEDO  27  33  24  30  37  45  39  50  33
CLEVELAND  29  34  25  32  34  43  38  52  33
  BUFFALO  32  35  31  45  36  38  29  33  25  30  22  29

A FULL GRAPHICAL FORECAST OF THE GREAT LAKES FORECAST TEMPERATURES
CAN BE FOUND AT: HTTP://WWW.CRH.NOAA.GOV/GREATLAKES/?C=MAP&L=GL&P=A&M=TE

A FULL GRAPHICAL FORECAST OF WIND ON THE GREAT LAKES CAN BE FOUND AT:
HTTP://WWW.CRH.NOAA.GOV/GREATLAKES/?C=MAP&L=GL&P=A&M=WS
FREEZING DEGREE DAY ACCUMULATIONS AT SELECTED STATIONS
COMPARED TO NORMAL CALCULATED ON MON JAN 23:

LOCATION           DATE   NORMAL CURRENT
----------------------------------------

   DULUTH,   MN  JAN   22 1136  907
MARQUETTE,   MI  JAN   22  898  763
SAU_S_MAR,   MI  JAN   22  682  427
 GREENBAY,   WI  JAN   22  692  489
MILWAUKEE,   WI  JAN   22  387  318
  CHICAGO,   IL  JAN   22  313  313
 MUSKEGON,   MI  JAN   22  207  134
   ALPENA,   MI  JAN   22  495  346
  DETROIT,   MI  JAN   22  215  125
   TOLEDO,   OH  JAN   22  225  173
CLEVELAND,   OH  JAN   22  117    0
  BUFFALO,   NY  JAN   22  226   83


NORMAL TEMPS FOR SELECTED LOCATIONS AROUND THE
GREAT LAKES FOR MON JAN 23

LOCATION     HIGH LOW
----------------------------------------------

    DULUTH,MN  20   0
 MARQUETTE,MI  23   7
  GREENBAY,WI  20   0
 MILWAUKEE,WI  30  17
   CHICAGO,IL  31  15
  MUSKEGON,MI  29  14
    ALPENA,MI  20   0
   DETROIT,MI  31  17
    TOLEDO,OH  32  16
 CLEVELAND,OH  33  19
   BUFFALO,NY  31  17

NOTE: ALL WEB SITE ADDRESSES SHOULD BE ENTERED INTO YOUR BROWSER IN LOWER
CASE.

$$
CLARK

 


                             Freezing Degree Day Information

	CLEWRKLIO DEF 
TTAA00 KCLE 231715
 
FREEZING DEGREE DAY ACCUMULATIONS AT SELECTED STATIONS
COMPARED TO NORMAL CALCULATED ON Mon Jan 23:
 
LOCATION           DATE   NORMAL CURRENT
----------------------------------------
    
   DULUTH,   MN  JAN   22 1136  907    
MARQUETTE,   MI  JAN   22  898  763    
SAU_S_MAR,   MI  JAN   22  682  427    
 GREENBAY,   WI  JAN   22  692  489    
MILWAUKEE,   WI  JAN   22  387  318    
  CHICAGO,   IL  JAN   22  313  313    
 MUSKEGON,   MI  JAN   22  207  134    
   ALPENA,   MI  JAN   22  495  346    
  DETROIT,   MI  JAN   22  215  125    
   TOLEDO,   OH  JAN   22  225  173    
CLEVELAND,   OH  JAN   22  117    0    
  BUFFALO,   NY  JAN   22  226   83    




                         Canadian Daily Ice Forecast 

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FICN19 CWIS 221645
Ice forecasts for the Great Lakes issued by Environment Canada at
12:00 p.m. EST Sunday 22 January 2017 for today tonight and Monday.
The next scheduled forecasts will be issued at 12:00 p.m. Monday.

Lake Superior.
Open water except 6 tenths of thin lake ice along parts of the
southern shore. Consolidated thick lake ice in Black Bay,
Chequamegon Bay, and Nipigon Bay.

Whitefish Bay.
Open water except 2 tenths of thin lake ice along parts of the
shore.

Lake Huron.
Open water except 3 tenths of thin lake ice along parts of the
shore. 9 tenths of thin lake ice including 4 tenths of medium lake
ice in Saginaw Bay.

North Channel.
3 tenths of thin lake ice except consolidated thin lake ice
including 2 tenths of medium lake ice in the St. Marys River and in
the eastern section of the channel.

Georgian Bay.
Open water except 9 tenths of thin lake ice including 1 tenth of
medium lake ice along the eastern shore.

Lake St. Clair.
Open water except 7 tenths of thin lake ice in the eastern section.

Lake Erie.
Open water except 4 tenths of medium lake ice in the western basin.

Lake Ontario.
Open water except 1 tenth of thin lake ice along parts of the
eastern shore. Consolidated medium lake ice in the Bay Of Quinte.

Northern Lake Michigan.
Open water except 9 tenths of thin lake ice in areas north and
northeast of Beaver Island. Patches of thin lake ice near Green Bay.

Southern Lake Michigan.
Open water.

Green Bay.
9 tenths of thin lake ice including 3 tenths of medium lake ice
except consolidated medium lake ice south and east of Chambers
Island. Consolidated medium lake ice in the Bays de Noc.

The Lake Michigan ice description has been pared by the U.S.
National Ice Center.

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                            Freeze-Up/Break-Up Outlook (NWS CLE)

	

   National Ice Center 30 day ice outlook


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FECN19 CWIS 181800 
THIRTY DAY ICE OUTLOOK FOR THE GREAT LAKES ISSUED BY ENVIRONMENT CANADA 
ON 18 JANUARY 2017 FOR MID-JANUARY TO MID-FEBRUARY.  
THE NEXT SCHEDULED BULLETIN WILL BE ISSUED ON 1 FEBRUARY 2017.

Lake Superior

Average air temperatures were near normal in the first half of January. 
Air temperatures will be above normal for mid-January to mid-February. 

Thunder Bay.
End of January... 9 to 10 tenths of thin and medium lake ice except 
consolidated medium lake ice over the northern and western sections.
Mid-February... Consolidated medium and thick lake ice except 8 to 10 
tenths of medium lake ice near the entrance to the bay.

Nipigon and Black Bays.
January 18 to February 15... Consolidated with thick lake ice.

From Grand Marais Minnesota to the entrance to Nipigon Bay.
End of January... Open water except 3 to 5 tenths of new and thin lake 
ice from the entrance to Thunder Bay to Nipigon Bay.
Mid-February... 2 to 4 tenths of new and thin lake ice except 5 to 8 
tenths of thin and medium lake ice between Isle Royale and Thunder Bay.

From Grand Marais to Duluth.
End of January... Open water except 8 to 10 tenths of thin and medium 
lake ice near Duluth.
Mid-February... 2 to 4 tenths of new and thin lake ice from Two Harbours 
to Duluth. 9 to 10 tenths of thin and medium lake ice near Duluth.

Southern Lake Superior west of Keweenaw Peninsula.
End of January... 7 to 10 tenths of thin and medium lake ice in a narrow 
band along the shore. Consolidated medium lake ice in Chequamegon Bay 
and the Apostle Islands. Mid-February... 8 to 10 tenths of thin and 
medium lake ice extending up to 20 nautical miles from the shore.  
Consolidated thick lake ice in Chequamegon Bay and the Apostle Islands.

Southern Lake Superior east of the Keweenaw Peninsula.
End of January... 4 to 7 tenths of new and thin lake ice in a narrow band 
along the shore.
Mid-February... 7 to 9 tenths of new and thin lake ice in a narrow band 
along the shore. 

Whitefish Bay.
End of January... 3 to 5 tenths of new and thin lake ice except 7 to 9 
tenths of thin lake ice over the southern and eastern sections. 
Consolidated medium lake ice in isolated bays.
Mid-February... 4 to 7 tenths of new and thin lake ice except 8 to 10 
tenths of thin and medium lake ice over the southern and eastern 
sections.  Consolidated medium lake ice with some thick lake ice in 
isolated bays and along the southern and eastern shores. 

From Whitefish Bay northwards to Michipicoten Bay.
End of January... Open water. 
Mid-February... 2 to 4 tenths of new and thin lake ice except 7 to 9 
tenths of new and thin lake ice along the shore south of Michipicoten 
Bay.

From Michipicoten Bay to the entrance to Nipigon Bay.
January 18 to February 15... Open water except isolated patches of new 
lake ice along the shore.

Elsewhere in Lake Superior.
January 18 to February 15... Ice free to open water. 

Lake Michigan

Average air temperatures were below normal in the first half of 
January. Air temperatures will be above normal for mid-January to mid-
February. 

Green Bay.
End of January... 8 to 10 tenths of thin and medium lake ice except 
consolidated medium lake ice over the Bays de Noc and the southern half 
of the bay.
Mid-February... Consolidated medium and thick lake ice except 8 to 10 
tenths of thin and medium lake ice over the central section near the 
entrance to the bay.

Northeastern Lake Michigan.
End of January... Open water except 7 to 10 tenths of thin and medium 
lake ice east of Beaver Island to the Straits of Mackinac.
Mid-February... 2 to 4 tenths of new and thin lake ice except 8 to 10 
tenths of thin and medium lake ice east of Beaver Island to the Straits 
of Mackinac. Consolidated medium with some thick lake ice near the 
Straits of Mackinac and along the northeastern shore.

Elsewhere in Lake Michigan.
End of January... Open water except isolated patches of new and thin lake 
ice along the southern shore.
Mid-February...  Open water except 2 to 4 tenths of new and thin lake 
ice along the southern shore.

Lake Huron and Georgian Bay

Average air temperatures were near normal in the first half of January. 
Air temperatures will be above normal for mid-January to mid-February. 

North Channel.
End of January... 6 to 9 tenths of new and thin lake ice except 
consolidated medium lake ice in the eastern and western sections.
Mid-February... Consolidated medium with some thick lake ice.

St Mary's River.
End of January... Consolidated medium lake ice.
Mid-February... Consolidated thick lake ice. 

South of Manitoulin Island westward to north-western Lake Huron.
End of January... Open water except patches of new and thin lake ice 
along the shore.
Mid-February... 3 to 5 tenths of new and thin lake ice in a narrow band 
along the shore. 

North-western Lake Huron near the Straits of Mackinac.
End of January... 4 to 7 tenths of new and thin lake ice except 7 to 10 
tenths of thin and medium lake ice south of Bois Blanc Island.
Mid-February... 7 to 9 tenths of new and thin lake ice except 9 to 10 
tenths of medium lake ice with some thick lake ice south of Bois Blanc 
Island.

From north-western Lake Huron to Saginaw Bay.
End of January... Open water except 3 to 5 tenths of thin lake ice south 
of Alpena to Saginaw Bay.
Mid-February... 3 to 5 tenths of new and thin lake ice except 4 to 7 
tenths of thin and medium lake ice from Alpena and northward.

Saginaw Bay.
End of January... 9 to 10 tenths of thin and medium lake ice except 
consolidated medium lake ice over the southern section of the bay.
Mid-February... Consolidated with medium and thick lake ice.  7 to 10 
tenths of thin and medium lake ice near the entrance to the bay.

The southern and eastern shore of Lake Huron.
End of January... 7 to 10 tenths of new and thin lake ice in a narrow 
band along the shore.
Mid-February... 8 to 10 tenths of thin and medium lake ice in a narrow 
band along the eastern shore and within 15 nautical miles of the 
southern shore.

Georgian Bay.
End of January... Open water except 7 to 10 tenths of thin and medium 
lake ice over the extreme northern section and along the eastern shore.  
Consolidated medium lake ice in sheltered bay and inlets.
Mid-February... Open water except 8 to 10 tenths of thin and medium 
lake ice over the northern section. Consolidated thick lake ice along 
the northern and eastern shores.  

Elsewhere in Lake Huron.
January 18 to February 15... Open water. 

Lake Erie and Lake St. Clair

Average air temperatures were near normal in the first half of January. 
Air temperatures will be above normal for mid-January to mid-February. 

Lake St Clair and the Western Basin.
End of January... 5 to 8 tenths of thin and medium lake ice except 
consolidated medium lake ice over the eastern section of Lake St Clair.
Mid-February... 8 to 10 tenths of medium and thick lake ice. 
Consolidated thick lake ice over eastern and northern sections of Lake 
St Clair.

The rest of Lake Erie.
End of January... Open water except patches of 4 to 7 tenths of new and 
thin lake ice along the shores. 7 to 10 tenths of thin lake ice near 
Buffalo. Consolidated medium lake ice in Long Point Bay.
Mid-February... 4 to 7 tenths of new and thin lake ice except 7 to 10 
tenths of thin and medium lake ice over the western and extreme eastern 
section.  Consolidated thick lake ice in Long Point Bay and 
consolidated medium lake ice near Buffalo.

Lake Ontario

Average air temperatures were near normal in the first half of January. 
Air temperatures will be above normal for mid-January to mid-February. 

Northeastern Lake Ontario.
End of January... Open water except 8 to 10 tenths of thin and medium 
lake ice in a narrow band along the shore. Consolidated medium lake ice 
in isolated bays.
Mid-February... 7 to 10 tenths of thin and medium lake ice within 20 
nautical miles of the shore. Consolidated thick lake ice in isolated 
bays.

Bay of Quinte.
End of January... Consolidated medium lake ice.
Mid-February...Consolidated thick lake ice. 

St Lawrence River.
End of January... Consolidated thin lake ice. 
Mid-February... Consolidated medium lake ice. 

Elsewhere in Lake Ontario.
January 18 to February 15... Open water except patches of new and thin 
lake ice along sections of the shore. 

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Canadian 30-day ice outlook

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FECN19 CWIS 181800 
THIRTY DAY ICE OUTLOOK FOR THE GREAT LAKES ISSUED BY ENVIRONMENT CANADA 
ON 18 JANUARY 2017 FOR MID-JANUARY TO MID-FEBRUARY.  
THE NEXT SCHEDULED BULLETIN WILL BE ISSUED ON 1 FEBRUARY 2017.

Lake Superior

Average air temperatures were near normal in the first half of January. 
Air temperatures will be above normal for mid-January to mid-February. 

Thunder Bay.
End of January... 9 to 10 tenths of thin and medium lake ice except 
consolidated medium lake ice over the northern and western sections.
Mid-February... Consolidated medium and thick lake ice except 8 to 10 
tenths of medium lake ice near the entrance to the bay.

Nipigon and Black Bays.
January 18 to February 15... Consolidated with thick lake ice.

From Grand Marais Minnesota to the entrance to Nipigon Bay.
End of January... Open water except 3 to 5 tenths of new and thin lake 
ice from the entrance to Thunder Bay to Nipigon Bay.
Mid-February... 2 to 4 tenths of new and thin lake ice except 5 to 8 
tenths of thin and medium lake ice between Isle Royale and Thunder Bay.

From Grand Marais to Duluth.
End of January... Open water except 8 to 10 tenths of thin and medium 
lake ice near Duluth.
Mid-February... 2 to 4 tenths of new and thin lake ice from Two Harbours 
to Duluth. 9 to 10 tenths of thin and medium lake ice near Duluth.

Southern Lake Superior west of Keweenaw Peninsula.
End of January... 7 to 10 tenths of thin and medium lake ice in a narrow 
band along the shore. Consolidated medium lake ice in Chequamegon Bay 
and the Apostle Islands. Mid-February... 8 to 10 tenths of thin and 
medium lake ice extending up to 20 nautical miles from the shore.  
Consolidated thick lake ice in Chequamegon Bay and the Apostle Islands.

Southern Lake Superior east of the Keweenaw Peninsula.
End of January... 4 to 7 tenths of new and thin lake ice in a narrow band 
along the shore.
Mid-February... 7 to 9 tenths of new and thin lake ice in a narrow band 
along the shore. 

Whitefish Bay.
End of January... 3 to 5 tenths of new and thin lake ice except 7 to 9 
tenths of thin lake ice over the southern and eastern sections. 
Consolidated medium lake ice in isolated bays.
Mid-February... 4 to 7 tenths of new and thin lake ice except 8 to 10 
tenths of thin and medium lake ice over the southern and eastern 
sections.  Consolidated medium lake ice with some thick lake ice in 
isolated bays and along the southern and eastern shores. 

From Whitefish Bay northwards to Michipicoten Bay.
End of January... Open water. 
Mid-February... 2 to 4 tenths of new and thin lake ice except 7 to 9 
tenths of new and thin lake ice along the shore south of Michipicoten 
Bay.

From Michipicoten Bay to the entrance to Nipigon Bay.
January 18 to February 15... Open water except isolated patches of new 
lake ice along the shore.

Elsewhere in Lake Superior.
January 18 to February 15... Ice free to open water. 

Lake Michigan

Average air temperatures were below normal in the first half of 
January. Air temperatures will be above normal for mid-January to mid-
February. 

Green Bay.
End of January... 8 to 10 tenths of thin and medium lake ice except 
consolidated medium lake ice over the Bays de Noc and the southern half 
of the bay.
Mid-February... Consolidated medium and thick lake ice except 8 to 10 
tenths of thin and medium lake ice over the central section near the 
entrance to the bay.

Northeastern Lake Michigan.
End of January... Open water except 7 to 10 tenths of thin and medium 
lake ice east of Beaver Island to the Straits of Mackinac.
Mid-February... 2 to 4 tenths of new and thin lake ice except 8 to 10 
tenths of thin and medium lake ice east of Beaver Island to the Straits 
of Mackinac. Consolidated medium with some thick lake ice near the 
Straits of Mackinac and along the northeastern shore.

Elsewhere in Lake Michigan.
End of January... Open water except isolated patches of new and thin lake 
ice along the southern shore.
Mid-February...  Open water except 2 to 4 tenths of new and thin lake 
ice along the southern shore.

Lake Huron and Georgian Bay

Average air temperatures were near normal in the first half of January. 
Air temperatures will be above normal for mid-January to mid-February. 

North Channel.
End of January... 6 to 9 tenths of new and thin lake ice except 
consolidated medium lake ice in the eastern and western sections.
Mid-February... Consolidated medium with some thick lake ice.

St Mary's River.
End of January... Consolidated medium lake ice.
Mid-February... Consolidated thick lake ice. 

South of Manitoulin Island westward to north-western Lake Huron.
End of January... Open water except patches of new and thin lake ice 
along the shore.
Mid-February... 3 to 5 tenths of new and thin lake ice in a narrow band 
along the shore. 

North-western Lake Huron near the Straits of Mackinac.
End of January... 4 to 7 tenths of new and thin lake ice except 7 to 10 
tenths of thin and medium lake ice south of Bois Blanc Island.
Mid-February... 7 to 9 tenths of new and thin lake ice except 9 to 10 
tenths of medium lake ice with some thick lake ice south of Bois Blanc 
Island.

From north-western Lake Huron to Saginaw Bay.
End of January... Open water except 3 to 5 tenths of thin lake ice south 
of Alpena to Saginaw Bay.
Mid-February... 3 to 5 tenths of new and thin lake ice except 4 to 7 
tenths of thin and medium lake ice from Alpena and northward.

Saginaw Bay.
End of January... 9 to 10 tenths of thin and medium lake ice except 
consolidated medium lake ice over the southern section of the bay.
Mid-February... Consolidated with medium and thick lake ice.  7 to 10 
tenths of thin and medium lake ice near the entrance to the bay.

The southern and eastern shore of Lake Huron.
End of January... 7 to 10 tenths of new and thin lake ice in a narrow 
band along the shore.
Mid-February... 8 to 10 tenths of thin and medium lake ice in a narrow 
band along the eastern shore and within 15 nautical miles of the 
southern shore.

Georgian Bay.
End of January... Open water except 7 to 10 tenths of thin and medium 
lake ice over the extreme northern section and along the eastern shore.  
Consolidated medium lake ice in sheltered bay and inlets.
Mid-February... Open water except 8 to 10 tenths of thin and medium 
lake ice over the northern section. Consolidated thick lake ice along 
the northern and eastern shores.  

Elsewhere in Lake Huron.
January 18 to February 15... Open water. 

Lake Erie and Lake St. Clair

Average air temperatures were near normal in the first half of January. 
Air temperatures will be above normal for mid-January to mid-February. 

Lake St Clair and the Western Basin.
End of January... 5 to 8 tenths of thin and medium lake ice except 
consolidated medium lake ice over the eastern section of Lake St Clair.
Mid-February... 8 to 10 tenths of medium and thick lake ice. 
Consolidated thick lake ice over eastern and northern sections of Lake 
St Clair.

The rest of Lake Erie.
End of January... Open water except patches of 4 to 7 tenths of new and 
thin lake ice along the shores. 7 to 10 tenths of thin lake ice near 
Buffalo. Consolidated medium lake ice in Long Point Bay.
Mid-February... 4 to 7 tenths of new and thin lake ice except 7 to 10 
tenths of thin and medium lake ice over the western and extreme eastern 
section.  Consolidated thick lake ice in Long Point Bay and 
consolidated medium lake ice near Buffalo.

Lake Ontario

Average air temperatures were near normal in the first half of January. 
Air temperatures will be above normal for mid-January to mid-February. 

Northeastern Lake Ontario.
End of January... Open water except 8 to 10 tenths of thin and medium 
lake ice in a narrow band along the shore. Consolidated medium lake ice 
in isolated bays.
Mid-February... 7 to 10 tenths of thin and medium lake ice within 20 
nautical miles of the shore. Consolidated thick lake ice in isolated 
bays.

Bay of Quinte.
End of January... Consolidated medium lake ice.
Mid-February...Consolidated thick lake ice. 

St Lawrence River.
End of January... Consolidated thin lake ice. 
Mid-February... Consolidated medium lake ice. 

Elsewhere in Lake Ontario.
January 18 to February 15... Open water except patches of new and thin 
lake ice along sections of the shore. 

END