The cold water meeting the warm air on a cal evening created the unique fog formation that lasted several minute on Kelly Lake before it dissipated Saturday evening.
Easter Sunday was warm with the temps in the lower to mid-70, but winnndy; winds out of the west created large white-capped waves pounding the east shore. We, on the west shore, were wind-shadowed by the trees and house, allowing us to escape the blustery breeze, with gust up to 40 mph.
Early rain Sunday AM succumbed to the sunny warm weather… but, did I mention it was winnndy?! I can’t complain… Eater could have come with ice, sleet and even snow—you never know! Roger