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While they won’t be as strong as Tuesday, winds will begin to pick up again today. Gusts of around 30-35 mph are expected to be common, making it feel like it’s in the mid-20s with lots of sun.
Weather Outlook, March 4 – March 8
Weather Patterns We’re Watching
What lake system contains the largest supply of freshwater in the world?
The Great Lakes system includes five large lakes, one small lake, four connecting channels, and the St. Lawrence Seaway. The large lakes are Superior, Michigan, Huron, Erie, and Ontario. They hold about 90 percent of the freshwater in the United States and approximately 20 percent of the world’s freshwater supply. Forty million residents of the United States and Canada depend on this system for clean drinking water.
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