The temperature at the great lakes can reach around 80 degrees Fahrenheit in the Summer time, but in the winter, temperatures can reach below freezing.
In the Summer, the Northern region of the Great Lakes (near Lake Superior) generally receives cool/ dry air gusts from the North, Canada.
Throughout Autumn, it tends to be fairly windy in the Great Lakes region.
The weather in the great lakes is affected by three factors.
Air from other regions
Location of the Basin within a large continental landmass
Moderating influence of the Lakes themselves
The Prevailing movement from air is mainly from the west.
WORDS FROM OUR mETEOROLOGIST
WE RECOMMEND VISITING THROUGHOUT THE SEASONS SPRING, SUMMER, AND FALL.