Greetings and welcome!
The snow finally accumulated last night but ended up being less than 1/4″.
Dan Guendert checked in with a comment last night that you will want to know about..
Ray, we rode over 400 miles on Northern Oconto County trails from Thursday (opening day) through Sunday. Trails are very early season- thin in some areas, rutted, dips, rocks, etc., but overall a fun ride. Conditions yesterday were complicated and downgraded by a throttle jockey with a studded track and heavy thumb who rode many of the wooded trails yesterday and tore up the middle of the trail by continually “roosting” and leaving a bare trail with piles of snow/gravel mix in his wake. My sleds will be parked until we get more snow here.
Thank you Dan! Your reports are tremendously appreciated!
Looking at our late week storm we are still on track for some snow, but I am a little worried about the warm day Wednesday. We don’t need to go backwards. There is still a big storm on the GFS model for the 20th and 21st, and now a smaller snow about the 17th. Too bad it isn’t the 17th and 21st of December.
Time to make the donuts. Have a good Monday and thank you for visiting!