Walnut is in good shape for the most part, except for a few well known wet spots. The Blue dam loop still has a lot of wet spots.
Walnut Creek Park is going to be wet for a while. There are muddy spots and ruts on every trail right now. Please ride only when the trails are frozen, or wait until we have a week of warm temperatures and no precipitation. Frozen trails are fast trails.
Please keep in mind the freeze-thaw cycles now that the temps have dropped. The last rain was on Thursday, and because we are not getting 24 hours of drying, some spots are still wet. When trails freeze, ice expands and loosens the dirt as well. Please keep this in mind when deciding when to ride. If there is recent precipitation, please plan to ride in the early morning when the dirt is frozen. Walnut was wet in spots this weekend, but mostly rideable.
Trails are drying from the rain we have had lately. Please send trail conditons updates to firstname.lastname@example.org and we’ll post them on the website.
Preddy and Walnut are both pretty soggy as of today. We are seeing a lot of new ruts forming. If you are planning to ride, please do so while it is still below freezing. As soon as the sun hits the frozen trail later in the day, everything starts getting boggy. Help preserve our trails.
Too much rain over the last few days, with more rain on the way. Trails will probably not be in rideable shape until this Thursday or Friday.
About an inch and a quarter. Preddy is likely to be soggy until Thursday.
Several reports of heavy rain in the vicinity of Preddy Creek. Please stay off for at least a day or until we get confirmation that the trail has dried.
We had an inch of rain on the evening of May 4th. http://w1.weather.gov/obhistory/KCHO.html Please allow 24 hours of drying for each inch. The trails should be good to ride on Friday May 6th, and the weekend looks good.