January 16, 2020 – 4:20 pm update: After a slight warm-up, cold temps and snow are in the forecast for the rest of the week and the weekend. Trails in the Upper Peninsula are in very good shape and conditions should improve going into the weekend. More snow is expected so conditions should hold up throughout the long holiday weekend. Conditions are good to excellent in the Western U.P. and the Keweenaw Peninsula and the snow belts of the Eastern U.P.
Here’s the Snow Depth Map to help you find regions with the most snow.
Northern Lower Michigan also received light to moderate snow this week and moderate snow is expected this weekend. Groomers have been out in the snow belts of Northern Lower Michigan – Grayling, Gaylord and areas to the north. Base is thin right now, but the base should improve with the additional snow. Get out early as there will likely be a lot of traffic on the trails during the holiday weekend.
Also check out John Dee for the latest weather forecasts.
You can keep track of the snow in the forecast by checking out the Radar Loop
Check the weather page for the latest updates on the weather.
Check the Snow Depth Map for areas with the best snow.
Here are the latest trail reports.
THE LATEST TRAIL REPORTS