Snow Cover: Poor
Date of Report: January 24, 2017
The conditions around here are nothing to write home about and all we can hope is that they get better – which we know they will. Several days of above freezing temps and some rain has taken a toll – however – temps look to drop below freezing starting tomorrow and will continue to hover in the mid 20’s for at least the next week. While that is good news – we need those temps to drop down to single digits in order to freeze up the open water first. So when you are praying for snow – please be sure to keep cold temps in the prayers :). Our forecast is calling for 14 days of straight snow and John Dee’s forecast indicates 12-24” of snow between Jan 28-Feb 2nd. We should be looking much better by the end of the weekend – will let you know.
We have guests in house who have been trailoring their sleds up to the Twin Lakes area. They said it’s not that great – but it is rideable – somewhat.
We hope to have better news to report – but that’s where we stand at present.
Think Cold and Snow!
Jim & Mary Beth