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Munising Area Trail Report – 03/23

MUNISING AREA UPDATE via TNT Trenary Northern Trails​ – 3/23

We regret to inform everyone that between the announcement by our governor today and a week of warm weather coming up that we are ending our grooming operations for this season. That does not mean the trail is closed. It is still open until 4/1. It just means you will not see our die hard operators out on the trail until next season. Our gas stations will still be open. Our restaurants have been ceasing operations. Call ahead or check their Facebook pages to find out if they are open. We will start prepping for summer maintenance and getting ready for next season! We do have one HUGE favor to ask of all of you. When things return to normal, PLEASE visit our sponsoring businesses and thank them by buying their products, food, and gas and help get them back on their feet again so they will be there for you next season! Any little bit helps! Stay safe and thank you for the great season!

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Tuesday September 8th, 2020 - 4:50 pm

US National Weather Service Marquette Michigan

Cloudy and unseasonably cool conditions will persist over the next 24 hours with some rain across the south tonight and central/east on Wednesday. As clouds clear Wednesday night temperatures are expected to plummet into the 30's inland from the Great Lakes, with widespread frost developing across the west. Some spots across the interior may see lows fall into the upper 20s! #906wx

Climatologically across western and central Upper Michigan, the first freeze (temperatures of 32 degrees) typically makes an appearance between mid-late August and early-mid September. The first hard freeze (temperatures of 28 degrees) typically occurs sometime during the month of September.
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Cloudy and unseasonably cool conditions will persist over the next 24 hours with some rain across the south tonight and central/east on Wednesday. As clouds clear Wednesday night temperatures are expected to plummet into the 30s inland from the Great Lakes, with widespread frost developing across the west. Some spots across the interior may see lows fall into the upper 20s! #906wx

Climatologically across western and central Upper Michigan, the first freeze (temperatures of 32 degrees) typically makes an appearance between mid-late August and early-mid September. The first hard freeze (temperatures of 28 degrees) typically occurs sometime during the month of September.Image attachmentImage attachment

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Adam Shelby wow lol

🥶

Winter sucks 😢

Cole Faucett

thats so crazy!

I'd rather be here than in California.

Alec Paler Kyle Fletcher Zack Pansier

Cyndi Larson Huizenga the U.P. is getting chilly!

Justin Lowen

Nooooooooo! 😂

To cold for this time of the year.

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Tuesday September 8th, 2020 - 5:12 am

US National Weather Service Marquette Michigan

Expect unseasonably cool weather through Wednesday with periods of rain, mainly across southern and eastern Upper Michigan. Some frost is possible over western Upper Michigan tonight, then widespread frost is possible Wednesday night. Mostly sunny days will follow on Thursday and Friday. ... See MoreSee Less

Expect unseasonably cool weather through Wednesday with periods of rain, mainly across southern and eastern Upper Michigan. Some frost is possible over western Upper Michigan tonight, then widespread frost is possible Wednesday night. Mostly sunny days will follow on Thursday and Friday.

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Also, don't look now, but we're in the 30s this morning at the office for the first time since June 15! #Brrrrr

Got up to 47 in Manistique at 6:30

34 in Atlantic Mine this morning when kids went off to school with hats and mittens. Up to 35 at 7:30!!!

42F here by the shores of Gichi-gami.

This morning in Mohawk. It went down to 34 as I drove to Hancock around the Allouez area.

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Saturday September 5th, 2020 - 6:24 pm

Terrace Motel

Bit choppy out at Miner's Beach early this evening ... See MoreSee Less

Saturday September 5th, 2020 - 12:56 pm

TNT Trenary Northern Trails

Detour is open and signed with bridge repair ongoing! Alger SORVA is making winter great again! ... See MoreSee Less

Detour is open and signed with bridge repair ongoing! Alger SORVA is making winter great again!Image attachmentImage attachment

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Can't wait for snow

Saturday September 5th, 2020 - 12:17 pm

Alger County SORVA

DOTY BRIDGE DETOUR OPEN

A detour of Trail "C" (Marquette to Manistique) (Snow Trail 8) west of Shingleton has been signed and is now officially open. We would like to thank the Alger SORVA team for hand brushing two miles of road last night on a holiday weekend. Also thanks to the NFS and DNR for working together to make this possible and keep east west ORV travel open while the bridge is out. Stay Tuned for bridge work updates.
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DOTY BRIDGE DETOUR OPEN

A detour of Trail C (Marquette to Manistique) (Snow Trail 8) west of Shingleton has been signed and is now officially open. We would like to thank the Alger SORVA team for hand brushing two miles of road last night on a holiday weekend. Also thanks to the NFS and DNR for working together to make this possible and keep east west ORV travel open while the bridge is out. Stay Tuned for bridge work updates.Image attachmentImage attachment

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Mitch Prochnow keeps us out of the popular areas

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March 23, 2020 | Uncategorized

Munising Area Trail Report – 03/22

MUNISING AREA UPDATE via TNT Trenary Northern Trails​ – 3/22

Last night’s grooming went well. Little Lake to Rumely is still in great shape. Rumely to the east end is still nice in most places but there are a couple road sections where we lost our private property access over a couple years due to people not staying on the trail that are not so great. Going into next week we will be taking things day by day depending on the weather.

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MUNISING AREA UPDATE via Alger County SORVA​ – 3/21

TRAIL REPORT – Saturday, 03/21/2020
NEW SNOW WITH NEAR PERFECT TRAILS!

Overall trail conditions are good to very good with an average of 4 plus inches of fresh snow, heavier in areas. Trails are grooming out the best they have all season. We still have a very good base overall with great late season riding conditions. Near the towns we have some thin snow on trails running along the roadways though the Wetmore Spur along M-28 is very good. Most of Trail 419 between Munising and Wetmore is un-groomable with icy corners and hill tops. Check Fuel and Food stops before heading out. Enjoy the Trails and Ride Safe! FULL DETAILED REPORT HERE: www.algersorva.com/trailreport/03-21-2020/

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Visit Alger County SORVA Facebook Page >>>>

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Visit Alger County SORVA Trail Report >>>>

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Postings From Regional Pages On Facebook

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Error: (#10) To use "Page Public Content Access", your use of this endpoint must be reviewed and approved by Facebook.
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Tuesday September 8th, 2020 - 4:50 pm

US National Weather Service Marquette Michigan

Cloudy and unseasonably cool conditions will persist over the next 24 hours with some rain across the south tonight and central/east on Wednesday. As clouds clear Wednesday night temperatures are expected to plummet into the 30's inland from the Great Lakes, with widespread frost developing across the west. Some spots across the interior may see lows fall into the upper 20s! #906wx

Climatologically across western and central Upper Michigan, the first freeze (temperatures of 32 degrees) typically makes an appearance between mid-late August and early-mid September. The first hard freeze (temperatures of 28 degrees) typically occurs sometime during the month of September.
... See MoreSee Less

Cloudy and unseasonably cool conditions will persist over the next 24 hours with some rain across the south tonight and central/east on Wednesday. As clouds clear Wednesday night temperatures are expected to plummet into the 30s inland from the Great Lakes, with widespread frost developing across the west. Some spots across the interior may see lows fall into the upper 20s! #906wx

Climatologically across western and central Upper Michigan, the first freeze (temperatures of 32 degrees) typically makes an appearance between mid-late August and early-mid September. The first hard freeze (temperatures of 28 degrees) typically occurs sometime during the month of September.Image attachmentImage attachment

Comment on Facebook

Adam Shelby wow lol

🥶

Winter sucks 😢

Cole Faucett

thats so crazy!

I'd rather be here than in California.

Alec Paler Kyle Fletcher Zack Pansier

Cyndi Larson Huizenga the U.P. is getting chilly!

Justin Lowen

Nooooooooo! 😂

To cold for this time of the year.

View more comments

Tuesday September 8th, 2020 - 5:12 am

US National Weather Service Marquette Michigan

Expect unseasonably cool weather through Wednesday with periods of rain, mainly across southern and eastern Upper Michigan. Some frost is possible over western Upper Michigan tonight, then widespread frost is possible Wednesday night. Mostly sunny days will follow on Thursday and Friday. ... See MoreSee Less

Expect unseasonably cool weather through Wednesday with periods of rain, mainly across southern and eastern Upper Michigan. Some frost is possible over western Upper Michigan tonight, then widespread frost is possible Wednesday night. Mostly sunny days will follow on Thursday and Friday.

Comment on Facebook

Also, don't look now, but we're in the 30s this morning at the office for the first time since June 15! #Brrrrr

Got up to 47 in Manistique at 6:30

34 in Atlantic Mine this morning when kids went off to school with hats and mittens. Up to 35 at 7:30!!!

42F here by the shores of Gichi-gami.

This morning in Mohawk. It went down to 34 as I drove to Hancock around the Allouez area.

View more comments

Saturday September 5th, 2020 - 6:24 pm

Terrace Motel

Bit choppy out at Miner's Beach early this evening ... See MoreSee Less

Saturday September 5th, 2020 - 12:56 pm

TNT Trenary Northern Trails

Detour is open and signed with bridge repair ongoing! Alger SORVA is making winter great again! ... See MoreSee Less

Detour is open and signed with bridge repair ongoing! Alger SORVA is making winter great again!Image attachmentImage attachment

Comment on Facebook

Can't wait for snow

Saturday September 5th, 2020 - 12:17 pm

Alger County SORVA

DOTY BRIDGE DETOUR OPEN

A detour of Trail "C" (Marquette to Manistique) (Snow Trail 8) west of Shingleton has been signed and is now officially open. We would like to thank the Alger SORVA team for hand brushing two miles of road last night on a holiday weekend. Also thanks to the NFS and DNR for working together to make this possible and keep east west ORV travel open while the bridge is out. Stay Tuned for bridge work updates.
... See MoreSee Less

DOTY BRIDGE DETOUR OPEN

A detour of Trail C (Marquette to Manistique) (Snow Trail 8) west of Shingleton has been signed and is now officially open. We would like to thank the Alger SORVA team for hand brushing two miles of road last night on a holiday weekend. Also thanks to the NFS and DNR for working together to make this possible and keep east west ORV travel open while the bridge is out. Stay Tuned for bridge work updates.Image attachmentImage attachment

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Mitch Prochnow keeps us out of the popular areas

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March 22, 2020 | Uncategorized
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