GRAND RAPIDS (WKZO) -- The deep freeze of the Great Lakes over the winter is still having an impact. The National Weather Service says the water temperature of Lake Michigan is currently ten-degrees below normal, which is causing more fog along the shoreline in both Michigan and Wisconsin. Meteorologist Jeff Last says the fog has been more frequent than the last several years and it will take above-average air temperatures to warm up the lake.
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