While much of Michigan got some measurable snowfall Tuesday night/Wednesday morning, it wasn't quite enough to open your favorite ski slope.

The good news is that the colder temperatures that followed the snowstorm will allow Michigan ski resorts to make their own snow.

28 degrees farenheit is the magic number for snowmaking. When the temperature falls below 28, most Michigan ski areas are making snow. As of today (Thursday) Mt. Holly is still closed, as are other southeast Michigan slopes.

It is possible that some could be open by the weekend if temps stay low enough. You can check GoSkiMichigan
to find out if your favorite ski resort is open or will open soon. In the meantime, get your gear ready because it won't a very long wait.

To see if Mt. Holly is going to open this weekend, check out their current conditions.