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Lake Ontario is almost completely ice free. The water temperature is 35°F. Yet, there are more snow storms. How can this be?
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Lake Ontario is almost completely ice free. The water temperature is 35°F. Yet, there are more snow storms. How can this be?

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  • Feb 22, 2013
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    14. escondildo answered: *Magic*
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    16. fuckingold answered: doesn’t it enable more moisture to enter the atmosphere to become snow?
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      Good ol’ lake effect.
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