Paul Nelson: Predicted rain could hasten fall cooling of area lakes
How fast the lakes go through the progress of cooling in the fall depends largely on how warm it is during the day and how cold it gets at night.
Anglers could take out a calculator and average the daily highs and lows for a week and come pretty close to what the surface water temperatures will be in the lakes.
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