March ice around Prince Edward Island

Take a look at today’s satellite photo, Prince Edward Island is surrounded by sea ice:

As you can see by the big gaps north of Malpeque and south of Souris we’ve been dealing with strong westerly winds for the past few weeks, and many are the nights when fierce gusts of wind shake the house and wake us up from our pleasant dreams of summer.

Here’s what the sea ice looks like a little closer to the planet:

This is on the north shore, with snow covered dunes in the foreground and sea ice as far as the eye can see…

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