Jack Williams Shares His Opinion With Newsweek

Last month, Wisconsin ended its warmest winter ever recorded and second-shortest lake-ice season. As a result my colleagues and I have been fielding a raft of media inquiries. Is it true that sugar maple sap has begun flowing?  What birds are you seeing right now? What’s the effect of this early thaw on walleye? When did the ice fishermen stop fishing? (And, in classic Wisconsin fashion, our winter warmth was followed by a brief late-March snowstorm—a good example of short-term weather events intersecting with longer-term climate change.)

Read the full article at: https://www.newsweek.com/winters-last-gasp-opinion-1886223