[VIDEO] Over a Foot of Snow and They’re Skiing in Michigan

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All media was sourced from the Skiers and Snowboarders of the Midwest Facebook group.

A winter storm dumped over a foot of snow on Michigan’s Upper Peninsula on Sunday night, the most of anywhere in North America so far this winter season. Enough for eager skiers to get out and earn their turns.

The snow fell in the western half of the Upper Peninsula. The National Weather Service issued a Winter Storm Warning, beginning at 8 pm Sunday through 2 pm Monday.

According to the NWS, the area from the Keweenaw Peninsula down Houghton County, west to Ironwood, and east to Marquette will see the most snow. The higher elevations could see up to two feet of snow by the end of the storm.

With it being October, accumulations won’t last for long, but the photos are enough to get us stoked for upcoming powder days. 


Credit: Dustin Filippini
13″. Credit: Dustin Filippini

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