This is what it looking like outside my front window:
I looked up the Lake Superior ice coverage statistics. Last year at this time Lake Superior was around 95 percent.
This year, as of yesterday, the ice coverage on all the Great Lakes, including Lake Superior is only around 10 percent. The color on the charts is a bit confusing, but there is a difference between the dark blue in 2015 indicating almost full ice coverage and the light blue in 2016, indicating almost no ice.
Lake Superior detail:
The NOAA satellite image from yesterday: