Sebago Ice 1/13/18 1750

Inspected Sebago from shore today. Started at Lower Bay. The snow is all wet out there, but there were also MANY ice fishermen. From there I continued counter clock wise around observing that the ice was still contiguous from Lower Bay to Raymond beach. The snow was all wet out and will be smooth-ish when it hardens. From Raymond Beach I continued around to Nason’s Beach where it is still wide open and the northeast wind was supplying plenty of whitecaps. As I drove home from Sebago the temps were already below freezing. Here in Biddeford at 1756 it is 27F and I believe it is forecast to keep dropping and as I did not observe any open water wind may be a good thing. Thats the way it looks from here, DaveUS4690

About David Fortier

DN sailor since 1988
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