Stop by the AWSC - Association of Wisconsin Snowmobile Clubs booth at Hay Days. September 10th and 11th. The official snowmobile season kick-off.
Announcing Winterfest 2023: Come join us on Saturday, January 28, 2023 at Great Lakes Dragaway, Union Grove, WI.
From the farmer’s almanac
How Much Snow Will You See This Winter Season?
Winter 2022-2023 should be dominated by an active storm track in the eastern half of the country, running from the western Gulf of Mexico to the northeast, across the Virginias, and across interior New York State and New England.
Areas south of the storm track (much of the Southeast) will see frequent storms bringing cold rains and a wintry mix of wet snow, sleet, ice, freezing rain—as well as chilly temperatures.
The I-95 corridor can be included in this winter mix zone with places to the north of the track seeing the precipitation fall more as snow and at times, a lot of it. This may be especially true over the Ohio Valley and Great Lakes area.
Snow lovers will be happy in the North Central States as they will see a fair share of storminess during the winter season, which should mean plenty of snow for winter enthusiasts to enjoy (maybe even in time for a white Christmas?).
The South Central States are forecast to see some accumulating snow, especially in early January. The Far West and the Pacific Northwest will see about-normal winter precipitation; however, the Southwest will experience less than normal.
The club trip for this season will be going to Gateway Lodge in Land o Lakes Feb 8th – 12th. 10 rooms set aside. Hold until 60 days before the trip.
General meeting at 6:00 pm. Place: Burgey’s Pub and Prime. 8619 US Highway 41, Caledonia, WI 53108