The lake is still covered. However, it’s getting dark and honeycombed, which means it’ll absorb more sunlight rapidly and meet its demise soon—I’m guessing by Monday. On top of it, it’s suppose to remain partly to mostly sunny the next few days and in the 50s. Add wind and it help breaks it up. Rog
Roger- From the webcams it seems the ice is starting to go away.
I sure hope so.
The Kelly Lake Advancement Association is looking for people who want to show their pride and love of Kelly Lake by giving a couple of hours this summer to the Clean Boats-Clean Waters program. An easy training session will be given to fit YOUR schedule. All materials are provided. Do you feel an hour or so on a Saturday or Sunday once a summer is too much to give in order to help keep Kelly invasive species FREE? Contact Rebecca Fabry at 262.853.6309 or firstname.lastname@example.org to save your preferred time slot and training time. You’ll get to wear the official Clean Boats-Clean Waters tee!
To be reminded of what we went through last year, see “”categories” in column at right, “Aquatic Invasive Species…” http://www.kellylake.net/category/aquatic-invasive-species-ais-serious-situation/