More Snow, But Much Warmer Temperatures – Mid Michigan

More Snow, But Much Warmer Temperatures – Mid Michigan

We received a little over two inches of wet, heavy snow overnight giving us a total of 6 inches of ground cover at this time.  Our present temperature is slightly above the freezing mark and it feels very balmy.  The dogs even stayed out a little longer this morning.  We have a snow/rain mix in the forecast over the next week, but temperatures will be very warm for this time of year so any accumulations will be short lived.

Our 9:15 AM  EST temp is 33°F (1°C), the humidity is 88%, and skies are overcast.  The pressure is 29.83 in (1009.9 mb) and rising.  Visibility is 10 miles and winds are from the WSW at 13 mph.  The wind chill is 25°F (-4°C).  Yesterday’s high was 32°F (0°C) and the overnight low was 28°F  (-2°C°).  Sunrise was at 8:08 AM and sunset will be at 5:20 PM.  The record high for Jan. 7 is 56°F (13°C) set in 2008, and the record low is -10°F (-23°C) set in 1942.


TODAY:  Clouds in the morning, becoming partly cloudy in the afternoon.  Steady temps in the mid 30s.  Winds WSW at 10-20 mph.

TONIGHT:  Partly cloudy with a low of 17°F.    Winds W 10-15 mph.

TUESDAY:  Partly cloudy with a high of 35°F.  Winds light and variable.

TUESDAY NIGHT:  Becoming mostly cloudy with lows in the mid 20s.  Winds S  5-10 mph.

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