Leelanau Almanac for the Week of March 8 – 14, 2007

Frozen Millions I by Andrew McFarlane

Frozen Millions I by Andy McFarlane.

News from the Week

The top story for the week was volleyball (where Leland was bounced in regionals and Suttons Bay in bowed out in the quarterfinals) and basketball (where Leland fell in regionals). Get all the details! Other stories included a Leelanau Tourism Collaborative update (sort of) and the slightly self-serving but still cool news that the Leelanau.com designed Schoolship.org was selected as the latest Great Lakes Site of the Month.
The Week’s Weather

We had a nice and springlike week of weather. Until this morning of course. Most of the shanties are off the lakes, but ice boaters seem to be holding out for one last weekend now that the ice is clear! It’s looking like North Lake Leelanau will offer some spectacular ice boating this week.

March 8, 2007: Sunny & 30s (36Ëš/8Ëš)
March 9, 2007: Mostly sunny & 50 (52Ëš/26Ëš) 1Ëš off the record!
March 10, 2007: Partly sunny & low 40s (43Ëš/33Ëš)
March 11, 2007: Mostly sunny & 40s – a gorgeous day! (48Ëš/19Ëš)
March 12, 2007: Cloudy until afternoon & upper 40s (51Ëš/39Ëš)
March 13, 2007: Sunny & 60s (64Ëš/39Ëš)
March 14, 2007: Early sun, then clouds & falling temps (51Ëš/35Ëš)

Click for the Leelanau news archive from March 9th – March 15th, 2006! Interesting note – to me at least – is that that week in the archive is the last with all future arviced items in the new blog format.

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