If you look at the cumulative snowfall, it really hasn't been too bad a year. Alpena and Traverse City are a little ahead of schedule, while other locations have a little less snow than normal...but not radically so.
Here is the latest addition to the Forbush Corner family. An almost new PB 100. It was a tough decision and costly, but our old groomers were 30 years old and parts were getting harder and harder to come by.
Steve Considine, meteorologist with the National Weather Service in White Lake Township, will give a presentation on "Weather in the Great Lakes" and shed some light on snow forecast for this winter at the next Washtenaw Ski Touring Club meeting.
If you haven't heard yet - the beloved Pines Loop is set to re-open for the upcoming ski season. Trail clearing is underway. We plan to continue work this weekend and could use your help to finish this project.
The Climate Prediction Center issued a La Nina watch this month, predicting the climate phenomenon is likely to develop in late fall or early winter. La Nina favors drier, warmer winters in the south and wetter, cooler conditions in the northern U.S.
Bob Frye, founder of Cross Country Ski Headquarters in Higgins Lake, has been inducted by the board of the Michigan Snowsports Industries Association to the Michigan Ski Hall of Fame as a Snow Sports Builder.
The Noquemanon Trail Network will once again have the ice cream tent at the International Food Fest, in Mattson Lower Harbor Park on July 2, 3 and 4, with all proceeds going to support non-motorized trail development.