Our day began in the early morning darkness. Joe and Nels were busy with getting the final turkeys ready for delivery tomorrow. Leland’s one and a half inches of snow disappeared overnight. Click here to enter the 2016 Snow Gauge contest! Win a custom Leif Spork tile!
Thanksgiving week started out gray, foggy, and hovering-around-freezing. Every now and then a little blue sky showed, but mostly it has been snowing with snow melting upon touching the streets. Click here to enter the 2016 Snow Gauge contest! Win a custom Leif Spork tile!
The Windy City (Chicago & Suburbs) got 16 inches in one of those 100 year storms. Leelanau County was on the edge of that system and got variable results. Our Sutton’s Bay reporter, Leif, claims 6.5 inches while Leland at best, maybe 1.5 inches. Never the less it’s apparently a beautiful day to go surfing and we start our Snow Report for the 15/16 season. … Read more »
The wind finally came to a halt and it’s snowing south of us. Radar shows a system moving to the northeast and we are on the fringe. it’s supposed to be snowing here, but at the moment I don’t see anything here in Leland yet.
The wind roared all last night and sounded like a train rolling through. The sun now shines but wind still blows.
The wind rules again today and the lights are flickering. We are on our way to the Big City By the Bay.
It began grand, but didn’t stay that way.
It was a beautiful day mid-week last week when the aurora was out.
Today is actually a good day to stay away from the areas that are being harvested. The Clay Cliffs area being one of them. There are a lot of out of town visitors here because of the weather, hopefully they will be careful.