UNDATED (WTVB) - The Great Lakes are finally ice free. Great Lakes Environmental Research Laboratory scientists says the lakes were covered in at least one patch of ice for the past seven months. That's the longest period since record keeping began, and six weeks longer than average. The official ice out date was June 7, 2014, which also breaks a record.
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