Share Ice Out Conditions For Your Favorite Lake or Pond

Ice on Long Lake in early April. Photo by Mike Lynch

The Lake George Association reported that ice went out on Lake George on April 13, one of the first water bodies to be free and open in the Adirondacks.

Meanwhile, many lakes and ponds across the Adirondacks are still frozen solid and don’t appear to be close to ice out. But that could change quickly as temperatures warm in the near future.

I’m interested in the conditions of the waters near you, so please share the ice out dates for your lakes and ponds in the comments below.



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