Powered by Tomorrow.io
weather history – Page 2 – The Michigan Weather Center
MichiganState Weather Alerts
There are currently no active weather alerts.
  • Home
  • /
  • Archive by category:
  • weather history

Some Sun Today – Weather History

We will start the day with sunny skies before the clouds move back in this afternoon.  Temperatures will continue to average above normal through the rest of the week. Widespread, soaking rain arrives late tonight and lingers into Thursday. Some locations could see over an inch of rain before the precipitation changes to light snow […]

Back in the 90’s

Back in the 90’s, the 1890’s that is. This winter season will go down as one of the warmest in much of the lower Great Lakes area. Way back in the winter of 1889/90 there was another mild winter. 1889/90 was before records were kept at Grand Rapids but they were kept at Lansing. 1890: […]

Welcome to February! – Weather History

Here we are entering the last month of Meteorological winter with the groundhog rustling in his burrow dreaming of his prognostication for the rest of the winter.  There will be a bit more sunshine today across all of Southwest Lower Michigan. Skies will vary between partly and mostly sunny. Although high temperatures will be warmer […]

Chance of Light Rain – Weather History

Most areas will remain dry today, but a few sprinkles or light rain showers are possible. Daytime highs will be mild for January with temperatures rising into the mid-40s. The next system will bring rain to parts of the area on Thursday, with snow possible on Thursday night into Friday morning. For January 18 to […]

Chance of Snow Showers – Weather History

Most areas will be dry much of Wednesday before a few showers turn to snow showers Wednesday evening. Cooler air will move in late Wednesday and Thursday.  Temperatures will start in the mid-40s (it is 46 at 7 am in Otsego) and fall into the 30s as the day progresses. Weather History for SW Michigan […]

Warming Trend – Weather History

We begin our thaw today, turning our dead-end road into a pothole-filled mud run at the Weather Center.  Yesterday was our last below-freezing day for the week with a high of 27° and a low of 17°.  Today will be partly sunny with temperatures rising to nearly 40° with breezy conditions, winds coming from the […]

Winter Weather Advisory North – Weather History

Yesterday our low was 31.5 and the high was 35.  We had a brief period of partly sunny skies in the afternoon. We have a Winter Weather Advisory for Oceana, Newaygo, Montcalm, Gratiot, Mason, Lake, Mecosta, Osceola, Claire, and Isabella Counties beginning at 4 pm today expiring at 7 am tomorrow morning.  It is for […]

Another Cloudy Day – Weather History

I am making changes to the site once again which is leading up to background updates that aren’t visually apparent to the users.  There are a lot of machinations of code that need updating to keep the gears moving and to please the gods of WordPress.  These changes can break the site so changes must […]

December 7th 1941

Next Wednesday is Pearl Harbor Day. There are some events that happen in one’s lifetime that change the course of history. While it happened before I was born it was such a history changing event that it was still a day that, because of my parents it stayed with me none the less. For anyone […]

Weather History for the Week – Wind Advisory

We have a wind advisory for most of the state today until 8 pm.  A weather system moving through the region will bring gusty winds along with snow showers today. Temperatures will drop with icy spots possible on the roadways.  We aren’t expecting much more than an inch of snow. Yesterday’s high was 57° and […]