Today was one of those rare clear days with blue skies everywhere, a good day for a hike and a brilliant day for satellite images:

Newfoundland sea ice on satellite – April 25, 2017

This image shows that sea ice is still present from St. Anthony down to Bonavista, but the sea ice on the Avalon is now almost gone. You can also see most of the island is still covered in snow…

Satellite images like these are available at NASA Worldview.