The spring rollercoaster of weather continues.  The DNR’s Brad Parsons says ice out conditions on the state’s lakes are really varying from region to region:

“Most of the lakes are running anywhere from a couple of days to about a week behind schedule in southern Minnesota but I know things are a lot tighter up north and there’s a lot more snow up there so we expect things to be a week or two at least behind normal.”

Ice-out conditions can be found on the DNR’s website. (dnr.state.mn.us)