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Skiing in Cook County

The good news is even after all of the warm temperatures and rain we received we still have plenty of snow in Cook County. Here’s a report from the Sugarbush Ski System followed by a report from Lutsen Mountain. Sugarbush

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Sunrise in Grand Marais, MN

Thanks again David Johnson, I’m so glad you captured this.

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Water Skipping on Saganaga

Maybe not quite water skipping because there was a layer of ice beneath the 4-6 inches of water on top of the ice but it was close.  Cabin owners came down the lake from the Canadian side of Saganaga yesterday

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Guess What’s Coming?

A winter storm!

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Rain, Rain, Go Away, Come Again in May

Rain in February is something I do not like to see. It rained off and on throughout the day on Monday and that combined with the warm temperature made travel conditions quite wet on Saganaga. Matt said there was a

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Record High Temps and Low Ice Cover

Does this temperature map look like it’s from February? Ughhh, not any kind of February day I want to see, it’s way too warm!  And what about the ice coverage? That doesn’t look good to me either. Bring back a

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Unseasonably Warm, AGAIN!

The forecast calls for warmer than normal temperatures again. Highs in the upper 40’s and lows above freezing certainly doesn’t feel like February. I prefer it to get cold and stay cold once winter begins, I dislike the big swings

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Great Day for a Cross-Country Ski

The woods are blanketed in snow and perfect for all sorts of winter fun.

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More Eagle Updates

From the MN DNR Eagle Nest Update: February 10, 2017 And then there were three True to form, our eagle pair laid their third egg two days after the second egg.  Egg number one arrived on Saturday, Jan. 28; the 

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Great Winter Conditions

Lovers of all things winter are as happy as can be with the additional snow we received this past week.  The only people who aren’t happy are those who have impossibly high piles of snow with no where left to

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