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Keweenaw Peninsula Trail Report – 03/10

KEWEENAW PENINSULA UPDATE via Western UP Trail Reports – 03/10

Not looking very good for any riding today. It just started a light rain at 44° and we lost a lot of snow in the past 24 hours. I show almost a 6" drop in the snow depth since yesterday. It is supposed to get colder and change over to snow but very little. Then 4-5 days of above freezing and sun.
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KEWEENAW PENINSULA UPDATE via Keweenaw Trail Reports – 03/09

Well…..after the previous “Debbie Downer” post….. here’s a bit more upbeat!

Very jealous Adam Garvey!

Adam rode out of Lac La Belle this morning, did some riding on the way to breakfast…..

Adam said, “100 miles before breakfast, now time to park them until it cools back down! Trails 124,122, 130 and trail 3 from Lake Linden to Copper Harbor still in good shape, a little snirt but not much 132 n 134 great except last 6 miles to highrock which is rough.”

Now that’s the way to start a day Adam! Thanks for sharing and making us all jealous!

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Friday June 4th, 2021 - 8:11 am

Michigan Snowmobile Trail Report

WEATHER UPDATE via US National Weather Service Marquette Michigan - With meteorological summer underway, here’s a look back at how the 2020-2021 snowfall season stacked up across the Upper Peninsula of Michigan. The snow season certainly didn’t stack up to U.P. standards as snowfall ranged from roughly 20 to as much as around 80 inches below the long term average. The greatest departures occurred in some areas within the Lake Superior snowbelts. The last winter that had a poor snow showing on par with what occurred this past winter was 2011-2012. You can view past snow seasons back to 2002-2003 at www.weather.gov/mqt/seasonsnowfallmaps #miweather #keweenaw #westernup #marquette #munising #seney #newberry #soo ... See MoreSee Less

WEATHER UPDATE via US National Weather Service Marquette Michigan - With meteorological summer underway, here’s a look back at how the 2020-2021 snowfall season stacked up across the Upper Peninsula of Michigan. The snow season certainly didn’t stack up to U.P. standards as snowfall ranged from roughly 20 to as much as around 80 inches below the long term average. The greatest departures occurred in some areas within the Lake Superior snowbelts. The last winter that had a poor snow showing on par with what occurred this past winter was 2011-2012. You can view past snow seasons back to 2002-2003 at https://www.weather.gov/mqt/seasonsnowfallmaps #miweather #keweenaw #westernup #marquette #munising #seney #newberry #sooImage attachment

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Let's just hope next winter will be way better

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