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Lake Champlain , NY
~ 686 miles away - (244)
Today's Forecast Feb 24, 2021

Lake Champlain's current water temperature is 33°F. Today's forecast is: Possible light rain in the evening and overnight., with a high around 43°F and a low around 31°F. Winds are out of the S at 8 mph with gusts of 26 mph.

Current Conditions
33.3°F
Water
43° 31° F
Air
S 8 - 26 gust
Wind


8 Day Forecast as of Feb 24, 2021
Wednesday
42° 27°
wind S 8-25 mph

Possible light rain in the evening and overnight.
Thursday
30° 12°
wind NW 9-30 mph

Partly cloudy throughout the day.
Friday
35° 24°
wind S 5-19 mph

Partly cloudy throughout the day.
Saturday
42° 32°
wind S 12-43 mph

Light rain until evening.
Sunday
42° 32°
wind S 6-26 mph

Mostly cloudy throughout the day.
Monday
45° 11°
wind WNW 8-49 mph

Dangerously windy in the evening and overnight.
Tuesday
30° 20°
wind NNW 7-45 mph

Clear throughout the day.
Wednesday
43° 25°
wind S 8-24 mph

Possible light rain in the afternoon.


Warning: Ice is NEVER 100% Safe!
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Natural Imagery - Feb 04, 2021

Description
Lake Champlain comprises part of the border between New York and Vermont, a long thin lake that stretches north into the Richlieu River in Quebec, Canada. There are over 70 islands in Lake Champlain, and its edges are full of beautiful state parks, like Kamp Kill Kare State Park and North Hero State Park. Those fishing in Lake Champlain can test their luck to find walleye, pike, salmon, bass, and more. The lake is also home to Champ, a horned serpent who lives in the waters of Lake Champlain according to legend. Champ is purported to be harmless, and easily scared off by boats and humans, so there’s no reason to fear this lake’s beast.

Related sites:
www.lakechamplainregion.com

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