Forbush Corner: We received about 2 inches of new snow last night and will groom up the East Trail System and the Green loop for today. We are open from 10-3. Enjoy !!!
Hanson Hills: We received close to 14 inches of snow yesterday. Afer a 12 hour day of rolling yesterday, Groomer Jason will be back at it again this morning, Focusing on Opening BLUE, Yellow, Green, and Easy Return. It will be a classic kind of day, we are hopeful to have some track set later this morning. Skate Lanes will be very very soft. Please be patient, as it takes time to work this amazing amount of snow into a skiable trail..
XC Ski Headquarters: We had a great day of skiing yesterday, and it looks like today will be just as much fun. We received lake effect snow showers all day long. Ginzu Dana groomed all of the trails last night so the tracks and skating lanes will be nice and firm today. We have a base of 9 to 12 inches and 15 to 17 inches of snow in the woods. All 8 trails have beautiful molded tracks and smooth snow combed skating lanes and all are in excellent condition!
9 & 10 weather report:
Lake effect snow showers continue for areas of the Northern Lower Peninsula but it is weakening and will be out of here later this afternoon. Some roads will be slick today but overall your commutes will be much better than the last few days. Today is going to be a partly to mostly cloudy day with highs in the upper teens to mid 20s. Some light snow will continue for the Northern L.P. and some areas of the U.P. but it won’t add up to much if anything at all. Winds are going to be out of the Northwest/West at 5-10mph with an occasional breeze around 15mph. Tonight is going to be cloudy with another chance for a light flurry in spots. Overnight lows are going to range from 6 to 14 degrees.
Wednesday is going to be mostly to partly sunny with highs in the upper teens to mid 20s. A flurry will be possible again Wednesday but overall some sun and warmer temps are expected. Thursday is looking decent with mostly to partly sunny skies in the forecast. Highs are going to be in the lower to upper 20s. High pressure tries to move in for Friday which is going to give us mostly sunny skies. Highs are going to range from 20 to 30 degrees! Mostly sunny skies continue Saturday with highs in the low 20s to low 30s. Sunday will bring a chance for some light snow with highs in the mid 20s to low 30s. Monday is going to be cloudy with some light snow and highs in the mid 20s to low 30s.
-Meteorologist Michael Stevens