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LACONIA, N.H.

Lake Winnipesaukee’s ‘ice-in’ is a little late

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Even with the recent low temperatures in New Hampshire, ‘‘ice-in’’ at Lake Winnipesaukee is a little behind schedule. Emerson Aviation, which has the task of deciding when the entire lake freezes over for the first time during the winter, made the determination on a Tuesday morning flight. Conditions were helped by freezing temperatures over the past week. However, some melting was expected Wednesday, due to higher-than-normal temperatures. Dave Emerson of Emerson Aviation told The Citizen in Laconia that Tuesday’s declaration was a few days behind schedule.

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