The National Weather Service’s winter storm warning for Clark Lake remains in effect until 4 pm (scroll down for text). According to Bill Leutz, about 10 inches has fallen so far, as measured in his backyard. And as of 9 am today (Thursday 2/25), light to moderate snow continues. The National Weather Service predicts an additional 2 inches this morning.
View is looking toward Eagle Point Road. Photo: Bill Leutz
Traffic is moving on both Eagle Point Road and Hyde Road, but slowly. Lakeview West is all but impassable. With winds northwest 18-20, the amount of drifting depends on your exposure to the frigid blasts.
Snowplows attempting to clear Florida Avenue this morning became stuck. Watch Elise Bentley Fish’s video below.
Ann Swain reports that the snowfall today is not as wet as yesterday, but far from fluffy. Below are some scenes around her home.
Photo: Ann Swain
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Birds glad to visit feeder
Bird clears place to eat
Do you really need to visit?
You can always get a detailed five-day forecast through a link on the main page of the Clark Lake Spirit website. Here’s the prediction as of 9:30 am (Thursday 2/25).
This website is a service of the Clark Lake Spirit Foundation.