HELL, Mich. (WILX) – You know the old saying, “It’s a cold day in Hell.” Well, it’s been more like a cold week in Hell… Hell, Michigan that is.
Businesses in the small town about 15 miles northwest of Ann Arbor are closed down for the next couple of days.
It’s so cold there that people are using snowmobiles to get to an emergency warming center at the local saloon.
The people living there, however, love all the cliches about their small town.
Here is Little River at high tide in August
Little River at low tide January 22, 2019
As the cold front was coming in the clouds were beautiful. As ominous as they looked, we received not much rain or thunder.
The clouds after snow, sun and a little rain on Monday made for a beautiful sky.
A look out towards the Wingaersheek sandbar from Lighthouse Beach. The snow is approaching quickly and the wind is up for sure.
Thanks to Betsey and Paul Horovitz for the photo!
It’s great to be back on our grand island!
The wind is screaming down here, but it’s sunny and beautiful as you can see.
Get out and have a walk!
Or come take some photos and share them with us!
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Me and my iPhone 6 stepped out to see what the hell all that white stuff is falling from the sky. It’s Christmas every day in Gloucester. And yes, I still love it!!
Just for those who missed the storm on April fools, it was no joke!
If you love lightning and thunder, this one’s for you.
Enjoy the flashes and rumbles, and then the calm of rain and hail.
Just came back in from the Magnolia Pier, was out there for a few minutes and almost blew away. Be care out there today. Please check out the video.
Most Secondary Roads From What I Can Tell Weren’t Treated So Take Your Time. Hopefully Once The Sun Comes Up Stuff Will Melt.
#Boom! Joey C Weather Advisory Right There Homie!
On Magnolia Beach
Snow on the canoe
Rough seas off Kettle Cove
There’s no need to guess what the weather’s like in G-Town when we have over 20 webcams all on one portal with links to the individual businesses that installed them right at your fingertips.
Bookmark http://www.gloucesterwebcam.com to View Over Twenty Gloucester and Rockport Webcams.
Special thanks and shout out to Tim Blakeley from www.gloucesterbytes who severely discounted his rates to install many of the webcams and make the site what it is.
I like seeing the snow, it is really pretty right now, love the lone leaf
And here they are at 6pm last night.
But this was the sky a few minutes before-
New England weather!
If it doesn’t stop raining soon…
Finish the sentence!!!
My friend, Karen, said-
….I’m going to start using Rustoleum instead of sunscreen!
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