Wednesday, August 7, 2013

September-like weather has settled in

Misty mornings come from cool air temperatures
Dark skies and showers in the late afternoons
The last two weeks have been decidedly cool, more like September than August.
Today was no exception. Puffy clouds filled the sky and brought cool showers in the afternoon.
The lake has been steaming in the mornings which is a sign of the heat leaving. There has also been a lot of wind to stir up the normal layers of different water temperatures. The astonishing result last week was that people caught lake trout while fishing for walleye in about 20 feet of water and people fishing for lake trout in 45 feet caught walleye.
Things are starting to return to normal again although the days are still cool. Just about every cabin has a fire burning in the wood stove.

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