This could be The Summer of Fog near the lakeshores in Michigan.

We finally got rid of the very last of the ice, which disappeared from Lake Superior a week ago, but the water temperature remains chilly.

The Holland Sentinel quotes the head of the government's NOAA saying, "This year is the longest we’ve seen ice on Lake Superior."  But government records for Lakes ice only go 40 years back.

The newspaper quotes one meteorologist as saying that frequent fog will be the legacy this summer as the warm, moist air interacts with the cold lakes.