With the recent temperature drops, almost all of Lake Winnipesaukee in New Hampshire and a big part of Sebago Lake in Maine are covered with ice, and you can see it all the way out into space!
The cold weather over the last week has allowed for a large increase in ice cover across New England. This morning's satellite imagery shows Lake Winnipesaukee and the eastern portion of Sebago Lake, which were nearly ice free at the end of January, have significant coverage now. pic.twitter.com/HsUaUWCWSE
— NWS Gray (@NWSGray) February 17, 2021
Weather satellite imagery clearly show both lakes with significant icing at this point, but a considerable portion of Sebago still looks like it’s open water.
We’ll see how much ice builds up this month and into March, but with temperatures like these, it might be quick.
Another chilly night expected tonight and the next few nights before a warmup begins next week. pic.twitter.com/XzIR5DeOzU
— NWS Gray (@NWSGray) February 18, 2021