Showers exit Friday PMMay 9th, 2013 at 6:46 pm by Bill Steffen under Bill's Blog, Weather
11:45 AM Friday – the rain is about over south of G.R., just a few sprinkles left. The showers north of G.R. will exit to the east and northeast this afternoon and skies will become partly cloudy and cool tonight. This is the first day that none of the major reporting stations in the U.P. are reporting a snowcover. However there are some big piles left in places and there is still some snow in the woods (esp. on north slopes). Here’s the camera at Krupp’s Resort at Twin Lakes…the ice is still on the lake.
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