The Stabilizing Influence

Once the weather begins to warm up in mid to late spring, the Great Lakes switches from being a source of convection and lake effect to a stabilizing source, especially near the shoreline. Granted, it comes at a price of keeping surface temperatures quite a bit cooler compared to inland areas, but the amount of daily sunshine begins to exceed what one might see in Honolulu, Hawaii in the spring and summer!

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