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How about the mornings where town is 20 or 30 degrees warmer than nearby locations?
Ice forming on the lake, partially cutting off cloud formation, seems to be helping brighten the long winter. In time, we may be joining the subzero parade once the lake gives off the last of its heat.
Looks like a very nice weekend ahead if you don’t mind slightly below normal temps.
The following weekend it may be TOO warm (near freezing). I hear the sled doggies (UP 200) like it a bit colder. Like below zero. Anyone know if that’s true?
How would you rate this winter so far?
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Over the last 30 years, the city has averaged 117.2” per year of snow. That’s based on measurements taken every morning close to the lakeshore (at the Waste Water Treatment Plant which houses the official COOP weather station for Marquette, MI).
A few days ago we added a “Seasonal Snow Total” entry to the Almanac section on the home page. This should provide some insight into the kind of winter we are having. Currently, the official weather station is seeing below average snowfall so far (55.1″) while we are experiencing above normal totals (83.6″).
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