(Meggen is basking in the warm glow of a Disney sun today so Jim is filling in) From the lens of Erhardt Peters. All this talk about ice caves and ice castles. When will they appear? (No clue) Can I plan on seeing them? (No, wait, maybe, hmmm, no). But let’s not forget that the residents (and resorters) at the… Read more »
Forecasted for Wednesday… 47 degrees! and rain on Thursday, 20’s on Friday. .
Looking forward to next week when the temperature sneaks into the 30’s
With a strong off shore wind blowing, I managed to get down to South beach. Getting back up took a little more effort. There is a promise of warmer (38 degrees) on Wednesday next week. As shown below, our Road Commission has been keeping our hiways and byways clean.
Six degrees and possible light snow off and on until sometime tomorrow. Our Road Commission has kept our roads clean in spite of the continuing winter weather. Mother Nature takes this time to redesign the infrastructure.
Light snow for most of the day. Tomorrow a high of 8 degrees. A lot better than is predicted for the east coast.
There was a moment of joy when the sun broke through the clouds. But, not to last, a clipper system snow is on tap for tonight and tomorrow.
Happy New Year! Starting 2018 off in a winter wonderland. Top photo is a welcome bit of color at sunset last night. May your New Year include abundant enthusiasm for this lovely county up north!
Leelanau County was the only county in Michigan getting snowed on yesterday and all last night, ending about a hour ago. I think Leland received a foot of new. Received Leif’s Suttons Bay Snow Report, will get County report on Wednesday. Wishing all a Happy New Year!
Leelanau County seems to be the only place in the entire state that it is snowing.