And to all, a Good Night!

Photo taken by Cottager John Price in December 2017 of this unique cloud formation over Lake Erie.

“The distinct line of lake effect clouds over Lake Erie can often be seen 10 to 15 km (6-10 miles) inland, near Blenehim, Ridgetown, and other communities inland from the lake, but they are best appreciated from right near the shore. They are usually most vivid and well organized in the early morning hours, sometimes breaking up and scattering a bit later in the day, and then reforming overnight if the weather stays cold enough, and the lake still warm enough. If the lake freezes over (which could happen in a few weeks), the moisture supply is cut off and this phenomena will cease for the season.”