The Duluth News Tribune released an article this morning about the unusually warm temperature of Lake Superior this July. The normal temperature of the lake in early July is right around 40 degrees Fahrenheit, whereas this year the top layer of water is already approaching 60 degrees. Experts say this anomaly is due to little ice on the lake last winter and an extremely warm spring. The record high for the top layer of water on Superior is 68 degrees, which could very well be broken this August. Come visit us today and experience the unique opportunity to jump in Lake Superior without completely freezing solid!