Trails are being groomed and should be in good shape for the weekend. Groomers had to take a break from grooming earlier this week due to some rain causing slush on the trails, but it’s cold now and things have firmed up.
9 & 10 weather forecast:
This morning things are cloudy with some snow in spots of Northern Michigan. The majority of the snow is falling in the Northern Lower Peninsula once again but as the morning moves on we will see the snow back off a bit. Temperatures this morning range from 11 to 31 degrees with light winds out of the West. Some roads could be a bit slick but just expect typical Winter conditions for your morning commute. As the day moves on we are going to see some isolated snow lingering around for the U.P. and Northern L.P. while the Central L.P. will see partly to mostly cloudy conditions. Highs today are going to be in the mid 20s to some lower to middle 30s. Winds are going to be out of the West at 5-10mph. Overall today is looking to be pretty quiet with a few lingering light snow showers in spots North. Tonight is going to be cloudy with a chance for some light snow. Overnight lows are going to be in the mid teens to mid 20s with light winds.
Saturday is looking cloudy with a chance for some light snow. Highs are again going to be in the mid 20s to mid 30s. Sunday is looking to start quiet but things will start to be a little more active later in the afternoon and evening as a clipper system will move in for Sunday night and Monday. This means that a few light snow showers will be out there in the evening for Northern Michigan. Highs are going to be in the low 20s to upper 30s. Snow showers take over for Monday with some breezy winds to go along with it. Highs are going to be in the mid 20s to upper 30s.
Tuesday is looking cloudy and snowy with highs in the low 20s to low 30s. Wednesday is looking to be cloudy with lake effect snow showers. Highs are going to range from 10 to 22 degrees. Still some light snow in the forecast for Thursday with highs in the mid teens to mid 20s. -Meteorologist Michael Stevens