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Well hello all! It's almost the first of the year and a new season is right around the corner. So is any body going out for a polar dive ta start the new year off right?
As for myself it has been a long standing event to go out rain, sleet, or snow..."more like bad cold winds" to have a new year's dive. so if anyone does this strange event as well please tell of your event!
Vis in the Niagara River was about a foot, water temperature a balmy 36 degrees.
Air temperature was 20 degrees with a 20 MPH wind and it was snowing.
Not far off here. They just had lowered the lake from being flooded which made vis absolutley awful. Was maybe 3' close to shore and maybe a foot past 20' Water temp was 40 and airtemps started in the teens up to 20. Wont be going back to that spot till spring when it clears up. Should have vis up to 20' again.