by Bill Leutz
Yesterday’s warm front, bringing 25 mph winds, with gusts up to 40 mph, took out all the ice seen in B.J.’s Eagle Spirit One video of the eagles from last Monday. The remaining ice parted and the lake is now open.
The force of the waves along the outer edge of the ice shattered it, sending small chips up on the inner ice. Only a narrow band of this shattered ice and a few small floes remain along the west shore of Eagle Point. The forecast for today (Monday) is for sun and a high of 41 degrees. A brief cool down to 29 is expected on Wednesday, but then warm weather should return, rising to near 60 degrees by next Monday. (You can always get a Clark Lake forecast on the main page of this website).
It is beginning to look a lot like Spring!