For the second consecutive winter, the Great Lakes are almost completely covered with ice, due to the frigid weather.
In the aftermath of one of the coldest winters on record, 19 percent of the Great Lakes are still covered in ice.
Lake Michigan set a new record for ice coverage over the weekend, when ice levels reached 93.29 percent.
After having a meltdown early last week, Lake Michigan is just over 90 percent covered in ice, which equals the highest levels ever recorded.
Last week’s brief thaw melted much of the ice covering Lake Michigan, but three of the Great Lakes still remain nearly entirely on ice.