Lawn & Snow Tips, Tricks and Articles
- Following the Michigan Supreme Court's decision to abolish the open and obvious doctrine, Michigan businesses must prioritize rigorous snow and ice removal to mitigate liability risks.
- Ever wondered why your weather app shows snow, but when you look outside, there's none? This article explores the reasons behind this meteorological conundrum.
Delicate plants, especially those that are not native to your area, may need extra protection. Wrapping plants with burlap or using frost cloths can shield them from frost, windburn, and salt damage. It's important to cover them before the first frost and uncover them during warmer days to prevent overheating.
The primary driver behind this year's winter forecast is the El Niño phenomenon. El Niño, characterized by warmer-than-average sea surface temperatures in the Pacific Ocean, significantly influences weather patterns across North America. For Southeastern Michigan, this means a likelihood of milder temperatures, which could lead to reduced snowfall compared to previous years.