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There was snowfall today, late morning, so that may possibly be enough to bring it to 300 inches tomorrow. This page may be updated multiple times through the day. The storm system that brough some heavy snowfall through the Upper Peninsula yesterday was a dandy for sure for some areas of the Upper Peninsula of Michigan. Nature is full of genius, full of the divinity; so that not a snowflake escapes its fashioning hand. I would guess that we most likely will see more snow this month and I wouldn't rule out snow again in May, many times that is around Mother's Day. Are you following the FunintheUP instagram page, if not go ahead you'll see some fun stuff there, feel free to tag us with #funintheup.

These areas saw 10-19 inches of snowfall. Also Herman joined the 200 Inch Snowfall Club. Snowfall from April 18th 10am to April 19th 10am. Tamarack location is still just shy of reaching 300 inches for the season, just shy by 0.3 inches. Snowfall from April 13th 10am to April 14th 10am.

Snowfall from April 9th 10am to April 10th 10am. Below are two maps for the average first date for critical low temperatures. Today turned out to be a fairly nice day with some nice needed sunshine late afternoon with a nice sunset to end the day. This page may be updated multiple times through the day. We have 10s of 1000s of followers that check in from snowmobilers, weather stations, emergency personnel, city officials, road crews, skiers, snowboarders, groomers, ski resorts, and many more people across the country and world who love to follow the snowfall totals across the Upper Peninsula of Michigan. It would be interesting to put some data together for April snowfall over the years. There may be a few flurries during the week and it probably won't add up to much. Ken Haddad, Digital Content Manager. -- Yooper Steve on Facebook - Follow me on Instagram Yooper Steve on Instagram This is the 8th year of snowfall reports on FunintheUP.com, thanks for following the snowfall page! --Thank you so much for your support for over the years, Yooper Steve. Reserve a table, ask for today's special or just send us a message: FunintheUP Sponsors - support those who support FunintheUP, Share your Photos with us! Today's Notes: Today's Notes: First snowfall of April and probably not our last snowfall.

Winter will make its ever-anticipated appearance in Michigan in just a few short months, leaving us vulnerable to chilly temperatures and less-than-ideal weather conditions. Many times in April we do get these systems that drop this amount of snowfall fairly frequently over the years. Yooper Steve on Facebook - Follow me on Instagram Yooper Steve on Instagram This page may be updated multiple times through the day. Are you following the FunintheUP instagram page, if not go ahead you'll see some fun stuff there, feel free to tag us with #funintheup. The highest snowfall ever recorded in the Upper Peninsula was in 1978/79 at the Keweenaw county snow station with 390.4 inches. Amasa, Three Lakes (Beaufort Lake), Downtown Marquette, and Marquette lighthouse joined the 100 Inch Snowfall Club. -- Yooper Steve on Facebook - Follow me on Instagram Yooper Steve on Instagram Yooper Steve on Facebook - Follow me on Instagram Yooper Steve on Instagram The first inch of snow averages October 21 at Marquette. This page may be updated multiple times through the day. Most of the rest of the interior Northeast joins in during November, while the I-95 corridor from Providence, Rhode Island, to Virginia typically waits until December to see their first accumulating snowfall of the season.

FunintheUP has quickly become the #1 place for snowfall totals for those interested. The Old Farmer's Almanac released its 2020-2021 winter forecast. Snowfall on May 7th, 2020. Today's Notes: It predicts a slightly more moderate winter, with warmer temperatures, less snowfall in many areas of the country, and average to below average rainfall. -- Yooper Steve on Facebook - Follow me on Instagram Yooper Steve on Instagram Snowfall from April 12th 10am to April 13th 10am. Greatest snow amounts were directly through the central half of the Upper Peninsula from Sidnaw/Watton along M28 to Covington Jct, areas along US41 to Marquette, M28 to Munising, and south of Harvey along US41 Green Garden, Kiva, Trenary areas. Just a smidgen of snow across the Western UP, a few traces of snowfall in the Copper Country area and Central Upper Peninsula. Are you following the FunintheUP instagram page, feel free to tag photos/vids with #funintheup. October is the month that the growing season ends across Southeast Michigan. There are flakes flying now across the Upper Peninsula today it shouldn't add up to much as ground is getting warmer and temps are hovering around freezing today, shouldn't be much accumulation if any today. Last year Tamarack Loc. Take care of yourselves and I will see ya on the next video. Snowfall from April 14th 10am to April 15th 10am.

This page may be updated multiple times through the day. Are you following the FunintheUP instagram page, if not go ahead you'll see some fun stuff there, feel free to tag us with #funintheup. Today's Notes: Take care of yourselves and I will see ya on the next video.

Take some time to read, clean the garage, do some yard work, go for a hike, bike, kayak, or learn a new hobby. Are you following the FunintheUP instagram page, if not go ahead you'll see some fun stuff there, feel free to tag us with #funintheup. Michigan’s Upper Peninsula sees first snow showers of the season. Snowfall from May 7th 10am to May 8th 10am. The second image is the average first date for 28 degrees (hard/killing freeze). It is possible this system could not impact the Upper Peninsula as much as has been broadcast through some news agencies already. Photo by Allie Baringer before the storm 4.12.20 - Ispheming, MI, Photo by Allie Baringer after the storm 4.12.20 - Ispheming, MI, Photo by Tim Leege before the storm 4.12.20 - Ispheming, MI, photo by Tim Leege after the storm 4.12.20 - Ispheming, MI, photo by April Regier Gladstone, MI - Van Cleve Park. View TOP 10 Snowiest Page. Take care of yourselves and I will see ya on the next video. Snowfall from April 3rd 10am to April 4th 10am. There is a chance of light snowfall the next few days however into the weekend it appears we will start seeing 40s again. The next few days we should see temps in the upper 30s to the mid 40s with evenings cooling down enough for a few possible flurries through the week. With the temps dropping into the low to mid 20s and winds shifted in the morning to a direct north wind that dropped a little bit of lake effect snow. October is typically the month's first snow in the mountains of northern New England, the Adirondacks, and the higher peaks of northwest Pennsylvania and the central Appalachians. The NWS Marquette office joined the 200 Inch Snowfall Club today. with 362.8 inches of snowfall for the season, passing the 1978/79 (Houghton county) record of 354.1 inches. Email to us snow @ funintheup.com. Storm system arrived with a bang and dropped 5-19 inches of snow across the Upper Peninsula. Snowfall from April 8th 10am to April 9th 10am. The first image is the average first date for 32 degrees (freeze). To summarize, the first half of November is a very common time for the first dusting of snow in Michigan. This page may be updated multiple times through the day. Areas along 94 near Chatham saw around 12-14 inches. Weather has been turning a bit warmer now and we have been having some nice ones lately.

The rivers have been flowing as the temps have risen and snow has been melting so now is the time to get out and see some waterfalls, you may still need some snow shoes in some places if hiking into the woods at some locations. Temps still look to remain cool through the week. Stay tuned to the NWS Marquette office for further developments as we get closer into the weekend. -- Yooper Steve on Facebook - Follow me on Instagram Yooper Steve on Instagram Today's Notes: Adventures, Kayaking, Hiking, Sightseeing, Historic sites, FAQ's about Snowfall in the Upper Peninsula. . Temperatures should remain on the cooler side through this week and warm up nicely on Saturday with some places possibly reaching the low to mid 50s. Tamarack location is still just shy of reaching 300 inches for the season, just shy of 0.5 inches. Ice has been disappearing off the shorelines now and the rock along some locations across the Upper Peninsula is now exposed for rock picking. The snowfall totals are to early to put out as of now, any numbers you are seeing are just pulled out of a hat at this point, give it till late Friday and early Saturday morning to get a good idea of snowfall we should be expecting. AirBnB and rentals can only be done if for more than a month stay. Contact us to advertise to thousands each month. We are also on a Stay-at-Home order from our governor and no one can visit second homes, camps, friends. Are you following the FunintheUP instagram page, feel free to tag photos/vids with #funintheup. The Farmers’ Almanac Predicts Winter 2020 In Michigan Will Have Freezing Temps And Above Average Amounts Of Snow. Also I want to let people know if you are planning on coming up to the Upper Peninsula to snowmobile, it is over trails closed March 31st. At the same time we should see a system coming from the upper Mississippi River valley moving northeastward that should interact with the northern trough giving the Upper Peninsula some wet weather, much of it should be wet snowfall. Your business could be here.

I am sure by Saturday afternoon we will have a good idea of what is going to happen. Many time these convergences one overpowers the other enough to impact the initial predictions. Thanks for following the snow totals. Take care of yourselves and I will see ya on the next video. Today's Notes: Tamarack location is still just shy of reaching 300 inches for the season, just shy by 0.3 inches. We as Yoopers are used to having and seeing snow in April so it really isn't that big of a deal. Just a little bit of snowfall across the Upper Peninsula nothing more than a few inches.

I did update the TOP 10 Snowiest Places in the UP so you can view that updated list, it will be updated as long as we are seeing snowfall.

A few inches in areas to the southern western portions of the Upper Peninsula. Your business could be here.Contact us to advertise to thousands each month.

-- Yooper Steve on Facebook - Follow me on Instagram Yooper Steve on Instagram Stay home please, thanks, and we see you when this is all over. Snowfall total from overnight October 1 to October 2, 2020 Above are the snowfall totals from last night. The next few days we may see a little snowfall and then Saturday it looks to get into the lower 40s which should melt what we received last night and this morning. The system that many predict hitting the area with significant snowfall on Sunday night into Monday is still developing and there are no watches yet. Upper Peninsula Tours - Guided U.P. Are you following the FunintheUP instagram page, if not go ahead you'll see some fun stuff there, feel free to tag us with #funintheup. Hello all, welcome back to another winter season here in the Upper Peninsula of Michigan. Today's Notes: This year will be another fun year of snow, are you ready? Hope things are going well for you wherever you are and you are able to catch up on some things that maybe you have been putting off before this virus hit us.

The last 10 years or so we have been seeing a decent amount of snow in April around the same couple weeks and it seems to come in 10+ inch snowfall amounts all at once. -- Henry David Thoreau, Today's Notes:

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