Snow Conditions

13 Jan Maine Snowfall Report

Maine Snow Report

Snowfall – How much snow did Maine get?  Looking for current snow reports? Sign up for the Cozy Moose Team blog posts. Get the latest news and updates. Winter storm reports and snowfall totals for Winter 2016.

An Alberta Clipper crossed over the state Tuesday afternoon into Wednesday.  A fresh blanket of powdery snow covers the state of Maine. We took a photo this morning an posted to @cozymoosecabins Instagram account.  The question, just how much snow was on the picnic table in that photo?

measurable snow

14 inches of snow – Measurable Snow

Greenville Maine Snowfall Report

Well, we waited for the storm to wind down to measure. The sun finally came out at noon. Needing to measure with a yardstick as the ruler got lost.

The official measurement of snow on the picnic table. A whopping 14 inches of snow fell in Moosehead at The Cozy Moose

 

The measurement is from the same table posted on Instagram earlier this morning. Looks like we got a few more inches of snow since then. Check out the photo tagged #snow.

Fresh fallen snow

January Snow

Time to finish moving snow and pack the trails.
Oh yeah, did I forget to mention go play in the snow? We will be ready for another weekend storm. The active weather pattern continues. Thanks for dancing.

Head to Moosehead Lake for a winter vacation if you looking for snow. Enjoy some snowmobiling or skiing. Great winter weather conditions forecasted through next week   Weekend guests welcome. Come on up and enjoy the snow – It is  a winter wonderland in Greenville, Maine. 

Maine Snowfall Reports

Please feel free to share. We will be posting our reports here through out the winter for 2016. Answering questions like where’s the snow and what are the current snow conditions? Snowmobile trail conditions will be reported as well based on personal experience and vacation guest photos posted.

 

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30 Dec Maine Snowmobiling

Moving Snow - Then off I Go

Moving Snow – Then off I Go

Maine Snowmobiling Reports

Greenville Maine Moosehead Lake Region has February snowmobile conditions in December. This is very promising and with sub zero temperatures it looks like it is here to stay. Last night we got about 4- 6 inches of  beautiful white snow. No rain here.  The Maine Snow Report is comprised of various local resources and based on snowmobile riders observations.
Maine snowmobiling – Come on and get it. The snow base varies from in town trails being the least, to  snowmobile trail conditions being very good with a hard packed base 2 feet++ in higher elevations.  All major trails have been groomed at least once, and have very little traffic. Most all trails are open and a few re-routes are to be expected due to logging. They are being signed with a detour on RT 66 and a small section to Kokadjo. I noticed panned trails 2 weeks ago in the area club trails.

 

Squaw Mountain Ski Resort in Greenville reports all 14 trails open with 2 feet of natural snow before the recent storm passed last night.

Thinking about a snowmobile vacation – don’t hesitate- the conditions are great. Greenville caters to snowmobilers but also snow vacations for skiing, dog sledding, cross country skiing, and ice fishing starting this year off with a bang of white snow and great ice conditions.

Plan a Maine snowmobile vacation early this year, as January is the time to get some great riding in and look for antler sheds. The beauty of the season is amazing and something to be experienced. Reports will be generated throughout the season, sign up and get the vacation news for Moosehead Lake Region.

Author = Heather Davis  – Cozy Moose Lakeside Cabin Rentals  and Ron Davis

Author = Trevor Davis – Special T Adventures Maine Guide Service

PS. Facebook posts updated frequently – Find the above contacts on Facebook and their business to see what they have been up to.

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20 Mar Moosehead Lake Maine Vacation Report

Moosehead Maine Vacation Report
Moosehead Vacation Report –  Let it Snow
Moosehead Greenville Maine area just got 12 -14 inches of snow. Cold temps for the week with flurries through Friday are expected. All snowmobile trails will be  be groomed tonight weather permitting. Maine skiing at Squaw Mountain will be in tip top shape for downhill skiing and snowboarding. Grooming this morning of all Cross country ski trails and snow shoe trails across from the Cozy Moose. 

Moosehead Maine Vacation Report News

Quiet season rates for Maine cabin rentals start mid March offering you the best rates of the year. Currently, Moosehead Lake now has some of the best spring conditions for snow vacations.  Make plans to visit Cozy Moose Cabins in Greenville Maine in Moosehead area.  Cabin stays for 2 nights instead of 3 or more are now available for Moosehead stays.  If you have a large group, you may have a 3 to 4 night minimum stay to rent for the weekend.

Spring is a great time for a Maine Vacation visit at The Cozy Moose Cabins as Maine Maple Syrup Sunday is this weekend. Visit a sugar shack and enjoy the taste a of the Maine Woods with a Sunday Brunch and some great conditions at Moosehead.

Moosehead Vacation Deals

Cozy Moose Maine Vacation Cabin Rentals are one of the areas lakeside lodging establishments that are now offering discounted rates in starting March 15th with rolled back minimum stays.  Book a Moosehead Lake Cabin Getaway and escape now for one  last blast of winter vacation fun. Sign up for  Moosehead Maine vacation report on area news by The Cozy Moose

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11 Feb Snow Vacations Winter Tourism in Maine

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Discover the beauty of Maine winter trails

Winter Vacations in Maine

For those seeking a snow vacation in Maine, now is a great time to book as the forecast looks quite promising for any New England winter vacation activity from snowmobiling, down hill skiing at Squaw Mountain, Cross Country Skiing, snow shoeing, winter hiking and sledding. An active round of weather patterns for snow in Greenville Maine is expected this week.

Snow vacations

Round 1– Snow and more snow, Hooray Hooray! Maine Winter storm Nemo brightened things up this weekend with about 6 inches snow in the Greenville area with some drifting and blowing snow depths varied greatly. The sun came out yesterday and it was a perfect day to play in the snow not to mention beautiful. There is just something magnificent about a sunny day with an amazing blue sky in the winter and of course snow.

Round 2 – Currently we are under a winter weather advisory starting this afternoon until midnight tonight, another round of snow is expected to bring 6 inches of snow.  It is currently snowing now as I type this. Areas just 40 miles south of us is expected to start out as snow and turn to rain. Good news is the Greenville area of the Moosehead Lake Region is suppose to be all snow.

Round 3– Talk of another potential big snowstorm later in the week, will extend the winter tourism season here. Snow vacations in Maine a beautiful winter wonderland awaits.

 

 

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08 Feb Greenville Maine Snow on the Way

 

Maine Snow   – A New England Winter storm is  predicted to bring 4 to 9 inches of snow to Greenville Maine area. If the storm shifts inland, is is possible that we may get over a foot of snow. Blowing and drifting is expected with this monster storm that will be coming to our area late tonight and settling down on Saturday.

The snowmobile trail base in the woods held up good and groomed riding was available despite the rain and warm up. Groomed riding as well as snowmobile rentals were available to guests just 15 miles north of us with conditions that varied. We are very excited as we will now be able to offer snowmobiling to cabin rental guests right outside their door once again to the connecting Maine snowmobile trails to Greenville and beyond.

Maine snowfall averages about 100 inches in our area. Throughout the season there is typical warm ups and sub zero temperatures. We report conditions so you can make your plans for a snow vacation in Greenville Maine.

Let it snow, Stay tuned for snowfall updates or call 207-695-0242 for up to date conditions. Plan a winter vacation in Maine. Come play in the snow.  We are on the Maine trails guiding snowmobile guests, and live in Greenville.  Reporting to you snow conditions.

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05 Jan Maine Snowmobiling Report

Maine snowmobiling report conditions

Greenville Maine Snow conditions  – January Snow – Yeah – Observation by Moosehead local riders decent riding, passed only 2 sleds and saw 3 moose!  There is up to a 3 ft base in some areas with a lot of blowing and drifting from the high winds. Groomers out packing and grooming . New Snow,  got 2-3 inches of fresh powder this morning. Snow flurries in the forecast for next couple of days.  Come up and ride, enjoy it while you can.

Snowmobile Maine

Getting ready to ride, Come on up, We got Snow!

Be Safe – Don’t Know – Don’t Go – Water bodies unsafe- still freezing up. Many lakes are still freezing up and not all areas are safe passages.

Even though we saw today that Moosehead Lake east cove had some markers which will connect South and North Trails of Moosehead Lake, until all makers set. Don’t Go on The Lake.  Once all markers set, the Moosehead Riders Snowmobile club or State of Maine Wardens will advise on safe passage. Until then, stay off lake. Moosehead Lake is starting to freeze up and this is a promising sign as last few cold nights have been great for ice making.

Report is that land snowmobile trail passage from downtown Greenville to North Trails is being re routed and is now open. Expect to encounter other trail changes in the area. Will advise as we know more.

Be Smart – Ride Safe – Choose Greenville Maine as your snowmobile vacation destination. The Cozy Moose Lakeside Family Cabin Rentals on Moosehead Lake is a great place for a snowmobile vacation and is centrally located to numerous trail systems.

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20 Dec Greenville Maine Snowmobiling – Snow Conditions

Greenville Maine Snow Condtions

Seasons Greetings from The Cozy Moose.
So you want to know how much snow there is in Maine and where’s the Snow?  Give or take a few inches, overall there is now about 18+ inches of snow to play in the Moosehead Lake Region.  

Two winter storms fell as mostly all snow Monday through Wednesday on top of a frozen winter base of 3 inches that was on the ground for over a week. The snowfall base now varies 12 -15 inches  the Moosehead Lake Greenville Maine area with an additional 3-4 inches of crusty hard base on top which is the beginning of a start for a great base for the upcoming winter season.

Moosehead Lake Maine

Winter Wonderland in Greenville Maine

Guided snowmobile trips are offered with snowmobile rental available based on current conditions Moosehead Lake may not be safe to ride on, so you may have to stay on the trails and avoid crossing water bodies during pre-season riding.  Some of the best snow conditions for December that we have seen in years. Those renting snowmobiles should consider hiring a guide in pre-season conditions until all trails broke through and grooming is ongoing as these are not beginner riding conditions. Those of you who have your own sleds, come on up, and enjoy!  Snowmobile lodging sled from your cabin door.

Greenville Maine Snow

Conditions are good for panning. We will report snowmobile trail conditions and grooming information as they become available. Those wishing to have their grooming reports or observations on current trail conditions should should contact The Cozy Moose or submit comments for posting.

Greenville Maine Snow Vacations

The Moosehead Lake Region is  your snowmobile vacation destination as there is a full range of services for snowmobile vacations with an ongoing dedication to providing good trails. See you on the trails.

Snow Related Links: Maine Snow Conditions 10 days before this post
Snow in Greenville, Maine
Snow Greenville, Maine snowfall reports

 

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10 Dec Maine Snowmobiling – Current Snow Conditions

Snow conditions in Maine

I am dreaming of a white Christmas

Greenville Maine snow current conditions will now be posted here. Be sure to subscribe to get the latest information for the 2012- 2013 Maine Snowmobiling season and surrounding snowmobile trail conditions, including groomer sightings and information as they are reported by those who groom and ride the trails in the Moosehead Lake Region. 

 

This morning a storm passed through and there is about 3 -4 inches of snow on the ground with a light crust over the top. Cold weather temps with highs hovering around freezing and lows dipping down at night is just what we need for our snowmobiling base to set up.  Areas south of us were to change over to mix and then all rain. No rain in Greenville Maine.  🙂 Looking like an all snow event for Moosehead Lake Region and points north.  Looking forward to a white Christmas and all the joys of playing in the snow.   

 

 

 

 

 

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