Snow on the Mt. Ripley webcam

June 15th, 2013 at 12:44 am by under Bill's Blog, Weather

Mt. Ripley   U.P Snowfall 2012-13Click on the image to enlarge or click here.   Take a close look a little more than 1/2 way down on the left side and you’ll still see (as of the evening of 6/14) a patch of snow on the Mt. Ripley skycam in the U.P.  The map on the right shows season snow totals from the U.P.  The snow season started slow and ended with many areas getting as much or more snow in meteorological spring than in meteorological winter!  You can see where the lake-effect snow really comes into play…from the Porcupine Mts. up thru the Keweenaw Peninsula, west of Marquette towards the higher elevations around Herman and east of Munising toward Grand Marais.  The water of deep Lake Superior takes a long time to moderate in the late spring.  As I write this early on 6/15, the west Lake Superior buoy shows a water temperature of 37.2 (only five degrees above ice!) and the north Lake Superior buoy is at 37.6.

8 Responses to “Snow on the Mt. Ripley webcam”

  1. Imthemom (just n holland) says:

    First! Thanks for the webcam pic. I was wondering if the snow was gone. How late has snow on the ground been reported in the UP?

  2. ryan says:

    Where was the 336? Melstrand? Or is that shingleton?

  3. BJ says:

    I saw these storm photos. They are pretty amazing…click through to see all 14.

  4. Rocky (Rockford) says:

    I love it and lets hope that GR picks up well over 100 inches of snow this season!! ROCK N ROLL never forgets baby!

  5. fixxxer says:

    my god can we ever stop talking about snow? i see those high 80′s quickly disappeared to. looks as a very below average summer if things keep up like this.

    1. INDY says:

      Well turn your Rocky off then Fixxer….INDYY.. IT’S 420PM……

      1. Jack says:

        Lol. 4/20…. Best Holiday of Theee Year….. Just ask Uncle Sparkeee… ( and Tokes )…. ;-)

  6. Nathan (Forest Hills) says:

    When is the heavy rain supposed to start?

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