Northern Lights House by Andrew McFarlane
News from the Week
Due to the Thanksgiving Holiday, we only had one real story, a very disturbing report from the Traverse City Record-Eagle on bird & fish die-offs in the Great Lakes. The article conteds that not only are zebra mussels responsible for the type E botulism outbreak that killed an estimated 2,900 birds on the Sleeping Bear Dunes National Lakeshore since August, it’s just the tip of the iceberg.
The Week’s Weather
We probably had the warmest run of late November weather in many years, with temps above 50 most days. After a dismal fall, not many folks were complaining.
November 23, 2006: A sunny & warm Thanksgiving Day! (54Ëš/30Ëš)
November 24, 2006: Sunny & upper 50s (59Ëš/28Ëš) Record High!
November 25, 2006: Cloudy & 50s (54Ëš/37Ëš)
November 26, 2006: Mostly cloudy & low 50s (51Ëš/39Ëš)
November 27, 2006: Cloudy, light rain & upper 40s (51Ëš/44Ëš)
November 28, 2006: Rain & upper 50s (57Ëš/42Ëš)
November 29, 2006: Mostly cloudy, light rain & upper 50s (57Ëš/39Ëš)
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Click for the Leelanau news archive from November 24 – November 30th, 2005!