What is the temperature of Lake Erie in Monroe Michigan?

What is the temperature of Lake Erie in Monroe Michigan?

Water temperature in Monroe today is 39.6°F.

What’s the water temperature at Belle Isle?

The water temperature at Belle Isle is 37 degrees.

What is the water temperature of the Detroit River?

Water temperature in Detroit River today is 38.3°F.

How fast is the current in the Detroit River?

“It’s like a hand grabs hold of your feet and your legs, it grabs your body mass and will pull you down.” According to Berry, the Detroit River normally runs at 2 1/2 knots, around 3 mph, but right now, it’s running at 9-10 knots, around 11mph, according to the Star.

What is the temperature of the water in Lake Erie?

Today’s Erie sea temperature is 34 °F.

What’s in the bottom of the Detroit River?

“Below the murky, rolling currents of the Detroit River is a floor loaded with centuries of artifacts: war cannons, old wooden ships, cars and hundreds of firearms, ranging from wooden muskets to automatic handguns.” To read more about this story go to the Detroit Free Press website.

Is the Detroit River safe to swim in?

With water levels continuing to rise in Lake St. Clair and the Detroit River, it’s too dangerous for swimming, the Windsor Port Authority said.

Are there poisonous snakes in Lake Erie?

“Northern water snakes are nonvenomous. Like any wild animal, people should use caution around large water snakes. If left alone, the snakes do not typically pose a threat to people or pets.” According to ODNR the Lake Erie watersnake is not poisonous but should be respected.

Are they catching walleye in the Detroit River?

Come walleye fishing on the Detroit River, where the walleye season is open year-round! The Lake Erie/Detroit River/Lake St. Clair/St. Clair River system is outstanding, drawing anglers from across the country in spring and early summer.

Can you fish from the Detroit River Walk?

About a 15-minute walk from downtown, the Detroit side of the Detroit-Windsor Tunnel offers an opportunity to catch some white bass, walleye and smallmouth bass from the Detroit River.