Wisconsinites up north are saying “hey not so fast” to all this talk about spring with plenty of snow on the ground and stubborn lake ice thwarting waterfowl migration efforts.
Our last bit of snow melted with an overnight rain and a fog formed over the pond this morning where spring peepers call continuously to attract mates.
..auf wiedersehen, adieu to winter. Ice on smaller ponds has melted with just a patchwork here and there on deeper Metro lakes. 70 degrees and sunny tomorrow should finally put an end to six months of the frozen stuff.