Michigan Trail Report

Michigan Snowmobile Trail Reports

January 19, 2021 – 1:00 am update: – GOOD NEWS: Cold temps have returned and lake effect snow has been falling and continues to fall with more lake effect snow in the forecast. So far snow totals have been light-to-moderate, however, some heftier totals are in the forecast for this week. AND MORE GOOD NEWS is a snow storm in the forecast for this weekend with modeate to heavy snow totals a possibility.

Groomers have been out working the snow in the Western U.P. and the Keweenaw Peninsula. The additional snow, colder temps and grooming should improve trails conditions to fair-to-good during the week. The base is still thin so there will likely be some poor sections throughout the system. Easily the best conditions so far this season.

Groomers are starting to get out on the trails in the Eastern U.P. The base is still thin. Conditions will likely be poor-to-fair until the snow totals start adding up.

Keweenaw PeninsulaIronwood / Western U.P.

Ontonagon / Western U.P.

Seney AreaNewberry Area

The snow belts of Northern Lower Michigan area also picking up some lake effect snow. Trails are thin and there has only been some very limited grooming. If the forecast holds, cold weather and lake effect snow should get the groomers out on the trails this week.

Here’s the Snow Depth Map to help you find regions with the most snow.

WEATHER NEWS: Here is the snow in the forecast for this week via the John Dee Graphic Forecast.

Check back later for more updates…

Check the weather page for the latest weather updates and click here for the latest photos.

You can keep track of the snow in the forecast by checking out the Radar Loop

Check the Snow Depth Map for areas with the best snow.

Here are the latest trail reports.

Check out John Dee and the John Dee Forecast Graphic for his take on this week’s weather.





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