“Somewhere There’s Sunshine” was here awhile ago but just didn’t hang around for long. 43 degrees and a little sun melts snow. The problem with melting is eventually it freezes and my pathway to the garage is ice. My problem with this El Nino Winter is age related and deals with mobility. I can navigate on solid ground but not… Read more »
Looking back to one year ago today, the snow totals were 89 inches in Maple City and 113 in Suttons Bay. The temperature was 30 degrees and the wind was out of the west at 10 mph. The difference being that one year ago we had abundant sunshine. You can check this out by clicking on “Archive” above the small LR… Read more »
The shoreline of North Beach looks the shoreline of South Beach with the exception that the entrance path allows my battered legs access. My thanks to all who have made a nice flat path all the way down. The Leland Report/Leif Spork Snow Gauge contest is closed. We had a total of 47 entries. We will report the final… Read more »
The picture above shows the shoreline that has been battered by southwest, west, northwest winds that have eroded the beach to the degree that I’m at least 6 or more feet above the beach. One of the reasons is the lack of ice on the Great Lakes. This of course contributes to lake effect snow and the lack of sunshine. … Read more »
A great sunrise somewhere this morning, but not here. A fog rolled over North Lake Leelanau at sunrise and East Leland disappeared. Biscuit and I arrived in Fishtown just as a burst of sunshine created a picture postcard and by the time we arrived at Van’s Beach, fog again. The Leland Report/Leif Spork Snow Gauge contest is closed. We had… Read more »
A great sunrise this morning with a clear blue sky, something we haven’t seen for while. It didn’t take long for the clouds to take over as are in the path of another winter storm. Blizzard conditions on the other side of Big Blue while on this side we are expecting 1 to 3 inches of heavy wet snow, then… Read more »
It’s a bright February morning! Grab your sunglasses and enjoy. Today we’re bringing you an update on the renovation of the trap net boat Joy. The new paint is the same kelly green as the original; it fades after years of exposure to the sun. The painting is made possible by the warmer weather, since the indoor temperature must be at… Read more »
Another dark get-up, but the days are getting longer. The weather people promised us rain and they delivered. The prospect of wet snow turning to ice is probable as the temperature will be dropping below freezing overnight. The Leland Report/Leif Spork Snow Gauge contest is closed. We had a total of 47 entries. We will report the final tally on 4/30/16!
A dark get-up, which has been the routine this month. Sky opened up shortly after noon, but you can see on the horizon for the weather to arrive in the early morning tomorrow… Rain!… Which will mix with snow later in the day. Weather watch for Tuesday calls for snow. The Leland Report/Leif Spork Snow Gauge contest is closed. We had… Read more »
It’s amazing what a lot of sunshine can do for your mental health. A little bit of sunshine helps, but a lot really does the job. Anyway, it was a nice day to go to Suttons Bay The Leland Report/Leif Spork Snow Gauge contest is closed. We had a total of 47 entries. We will report the final tally on 4/30/16!