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Huge chunks of ice remain on the south shore of Lake Michigan near Marquette, Mich., on Sunday. / National Weather Service

I'm gonna keep writing about this until the last cube of ice is melted (if that happens). Unimaginably, there's still ice from the savage winter of 2013-14 on the south shore of Lake Superior near Marquette, Mich.

The National Weather Service in Marquette posted this late yesterday, June 1:

The Marquette Mining-Journal newspaper reports that according to some forecasts, the ice may last until July:

"To many area residents who suffered through one of the worst winters on record for the area, seeing the ice chunks on the lake every day is a continuing reminder of that wintry grip of Mother Nature, which still has yet to completely loosen," the paper noted on its website.



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