Warmer waters cited in walleye decline. Read more →
If the drier forecast for the next few days manages to hold through next week, our area lakes and rivers may continue to fall faster than expected. Read more →
The odd looking white circular disk is smaller than a Frisbee. The attached line measures the depth when the bright white circle disappears into the cloudy lake water. It’s called a Secchi disk. Each week during boating season for the past 20+ years, a member of the Backes family has boated to a spot off of Read more →
Drought wins out?
Dry lakes need rain
They say all weather is local. That’s been especially true lately for two metro lakes on different sides of town.
Lakes near seasonal high temperatures
Storms produced wind damage south of metro
Water safe for swimming in southern Minnesota