Updated: 4:08 am EDT on July 28, 2015
Clear. Light winds.
Hot. Mostly sunny. Highs around 90 inland to around 81 at the shore. South winds 5 to 10 mph.
Warm. Mostly clear in the evening...then mostly cloudy with a 50 percent chance of showers and thunderstorms overnight. Lows around 66. South winds 5 to 10 mph.
Very warm. Mostly cloudy with a 50 percent chance of showers and thunderstorms in the morning...then sunny in the afternoon. Highs around 84 inland to around 77 at the shore. South winds 10 to 15 mph becoming southwest in the afternoon.
Mostly clear. Lows around 61. Highs 77 to 82. West winds 5 to 15 mph.
Mostly clear. Lows around 60. Highs around 79.
Mostly cloudy with a 40 percent chance of showers and thunderstorms. Lows around 59.
Partly cloudy with a 30 percent chance of showers and thunderstorms. Highs around 77.
Mostly clear. Lows around 57.
Partly cloudy. Highs around 75.
... Record high temperature today at the Marquette National Weather
Service office in Negaunee township...
The high temperature today topped out at 91 degrees which breaks the
previous warmest high temperature for this date of 88 set in 2002.
This is the first 90 degree or warmer day at the office since August
25th 2013 when it hit 92 degrees that day.
Weather records for the National Weather Service office in Negaunee
township date back to 1961.
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Updated: 4:20 AM EDT
|Temperature: 56.6 °F||Dew Point: 56 °F||Humidity: 96%||Wind: Calm||Pressure: 29.92 in||Hourly Precipitation: 0.00 in||Graphs|
Location: MesoWest, Gulliver, MI
Updated: 3:40 AM EDT
|Temperature: 61 °F||Dew Point: 60 °F||Humidity: 96%||Wind: Calm||Pressure: 29.27 in||Hourly Precipitation: 0.00 in||Graphs|
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Area forecast discussion National Weather Service Marquette Michigan 348 am EDT Tuesday Jul 28 2015 Short term...(this evening through tuesday) issued at 359 PM EDT Monday Jul 27 2015 WV imagery and rap analysis indicated a middle/upper level trough into the northwest Continental U.S. And a ridge from the Southern Plains through the western lakes into northern Ontario. At the surface...srly winds prevailed from the Dakotas into Minnesota between high pressure over the cntrel Great Lakes and a trough over eastern Mt/WY. Isolated showers that had developed on the Lake Superior breeze boundary from near saw to early have disipated. Otherwise...mostly sunny skies preaviled with temperatures into the uper 80s inland and around 80 along the Great Lakes shorelines. A middle level low over Montana tonight is expected to lift to the NE into the SW corner of Manitoba by Tuesday evening. Convection is expected to develop over the eastern Dakotas into southern Minnesota tonight that may generate an mesoscale convective vortex that could spread clouds and diminishing rain showers/thunderstorms and rain into west Upper Michigan Tuesday morning and possibly into the aftrnoon. Even though the clouds may hold down heating early...expect enough sunshine by afternoon to push temperatures into the upper 80s. With dewpoints in the lower 60s which have trended lower compared to previous forecasts ..expect capping will remain strong enough over most of the County Warning Area to prevent any rain showers/thunderstorms and rain from developing. Since there is lingering uncertainty with the impact of the convection from earlier in the day...continued to mention lower end chance probability of precipitation over the west. Long term...(wednesday through monday) issued at 348 am EDT Tuesday Jul 28 2015 A 991mb surface low will be lifting northeast along the Manitoba/Ontario border at 12z Wednesday...with a cold front stretching south-southeast across Central Lake Superior and through central Upper Michigan and south through eastern Wisconsin. Expect a broken line of showers and thunderstorms to be ongoing along and to the east of the cold front. With instability decreasing through the night...Don/T expect any really strong storms...although brief periods of heavy rain is expected. These showers/thunderstorms will continue to the east-northeast through the morning and should leave the County Warning Area by early afternoon (along with the cold front). That cold front will bring temperature/humidity relief to the region on Wednesday...as much drier low level air moves over the region and highs only rise into the upper 70s west and lower 80s east. After clearing initially behind the front...expect scattered clouds to move east back into the area from late morning over the west to the afternoon over the central...tied to 850-700mb moisture associated with the southern edge of the upper trough sweeping east through the area. The main hazard for Wednesday will be the gusty west-southwest winds...especially over the northwest half of Upper Michigan and Lake Superior. Models still showing a core of 30-45kt 950-900mb winds moving over the area on Wednesday and associated with the tight pressure gradient behind the departing low (tightest from the Keweenaw peninsula and north). With the Western Lake warming up...Don/T think the marine layer will have as much of an affect as earlier in the year and feel pretty comfortable in having gusts to 35-40kts over lsz263-264. Thus...will issue a gale watch for Wednesday for the western half of the lake. Over the land...still expect the highest gusts to occur over the Keweenaw peninsula...with afternoon gusts of 30-40mph and maybe a few gusts up to 45mph around the Brockway mountain area. A secondary trough will sweep across the area on Wednesday evening...switching winds to the west-northwest but having little effect on the low level winds. This will likely keep sustained winds up through much of the night and possibly keep gales going over the Northern Lake into Thursday morning. With limited moisture associated with the frontal passage...Don/T expect anything more than a few to scattered clouds moving through the area on Wednesday night. That will be the story for the next several waves dropping southeast across the area under northwest flow aloft (occurring about every 8-12hours into the weekend). These series of waves will occur on the south side of a the surface and upper low moving northeast across southern Hudson Bay. Most will be moisture starved and will largely show passing clouds with them...and just some slight chances for the Thursday night into Friday period over the northeast. Winds will still be gusty on Thursday...but gradually diminish heading into Saturday as a high pressure ridge moves over the area. Temperatures will be near normal during this period and in the upper 70s to lower 80s. Models still indicating the best chance for precipitation to occur with another shortwave and stronger front on Saturday night into Sunday morning. Will continue to mention chance probability of precipitation during that period. Models diverge heading into next week on the timing of the upper low spinning over Hudson Bay dropping south towards the Great Lakes region. When this occurs...it will mark a shift to below normal temperatures that has been shown recently on the cfs and long range European model (ecmwf) ensembles. && Aviation...(for the 00z tafs through 00z Tuesday evening) issued at 720 PM EDT Monday Jul 27 2015 High pressure will remain in control with VFR conditions expected for the entire forecast period. && Marine...(for the 4 PM Lake Superior forecast issuance) issued at 359 PM EDT Monday Jul 27 2015 High pressure over lower Michigan will keep a ridge across Lake Superior through early Tuesday...along with the potential for patchy fog. Deepening low pressure over S Saskatchewan Tuesday morning will race across Manitoba Tuesday night...and across Ontario to Hudson Bay Wednesday night. Look for this low to remain across Hudson Bay through at least Friday. The result will be a trough extending down through Lake Superior Tuesday night and Wednesday...along with the return of stronger winds. S-SW winds ahead of the trough could gust near 25kts over mainly East Lake Superior Tuesday night...with SW-west winds around 30kts Wednesday into Wednesday evening in the wake of the trough. There may be some gale force gusts by midday Wednesday over the Western Lake. The trough will shift to the New England states Thursday...allowing a weak ridge to build into the upper Great Lakes Thursday. It will quickly be replaced by a weak trough Thursday night into Friday...rotating around the Hudson Bay low. && MQT watches/warnings/advisories... Upper Michigan... none. Lake Superior... none. Lake Michigan... none. && $$ Short term...jlb long term...srf aviation...07 marine...jlb