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CLIMATE REPORT...FINAL
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE MARQUETTE MI
515 PM EDT TUE AUG 13 2013

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...THE MARQUETTE MI CLIMATE SUMMARY FOR THE MONTH OF JULY 2013...

CLIMATE NORMAL PERIOD 1981 TO 2010
CLIMATE RECORD PERIOD 1961 TO 2013

WEATHER         OBSERVED          NORMAL  DEPART  LAST YEAR`S
                 VALUE   DATE(S)  VALUE   FROM    VALUE  DATE(S)
                                          NORMAL
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TEMPERATURE (F)
RECORD
 HIGH              99   07/28/1988
                        07/19/1977
 LOW               34   07/10/1968
                        07/05/1967
HIGHEST            92   07/16        75      17       91  07/05
                                                          07/03
                                                          07/02
LOWEST             38   07/02        54     -16       47  07/28
AVG. MAXIMUM     76.0              76.4    -0.4     80.3
AVG. MINIMUM     54.4              54.6    -0.2     58.2
MEAN             65.2              65.5    -0.3     69.2
DAYS MAX >= 90      2               1.3     0.7        3
DAYS MAX <= 32      0               0.0     0.0        0
DAYS MIN <= 32      0               0.0     0.0        0
DAYS MIN <= 0       0               0.0     0.0        0

PRECIPITATION (INCHES)
RECORD
 MAXIMUM         5.60   1970
 MINIMUM         0.57   1981
TOTALS           4.78              2.84    1.94     4.08
DAILY AVG.       0.15              0.09    0.06     0.13
DAYS >= .01        13              11.6     1.4       11
DAYS >= .10        10               6.6     3.4        7
DAYS >= .50         2               1.7     0.3        3
DAYS >= 1.00        1               0.4     0.6        1
GREATEST
 24 HR. TOTAL    1.69   07/18 TO 07/19

SNOWFALL (INCHES)
RECORDS
 TOTAL              T   2007
TOTALS            0.0               0.0     0.0      0.0
SINCE 7/1         0.0               0.0     0.0      0.0
SNOWDEPTH AVG.      0                MM      MM        0
DAYS >= 1.0         0               0.0     0.0        0
GREATEST
 SNOW DEPTH         0   MM                             0  MM
 24 HR TOTAL      0.0   MM

DEGREE_DAYS
HEATING TOTAL     112                79      33       14
 SINCE 7/1        112                79      33       14
COOLING TOTAL     128                94      34      154
 SINCE 1/1        180               154      26      266
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WIND (MPH)
AVERAGE WIND SPEED              MM
HIGHEST WIND SPEED/DIRECTION    MM        DATE   MM
HIGHEST GUST SPEED/DIRECTION    51/270    DATE  07/18

SKY COVER
POSSIBLE SUNSHINE (PERCENT)   MM
AVERAGE SKY COVER             MM
NUMBER OF DAYS FAIR            0
NUMBER OF DAYS PC              0
NUMBER OF DAYS CLOUDY          0

AVERAGE RH (PERCENT)     MM

WEATHER CONDITIONS. NUMBER OF DAYS WITH
THUNDERSTORM              0     MIXED PRECIP               0
HEAVY RAIN                5     RAIN                       3
LIGHT RAIN               18     FREEZING RAIN              0
LT FREEZING RAIN          0     HAIL                       0
HEAVY SNOW                0     SNOW                       0
LIGHT SNOW                0     SLEET                      0
FOG                       6     FOG W/VIS <= 1/4 MILE      5
HAZE                      0

-  INDICATES NEGATIVE NUMBERS.
R  INDICATES RECORD WAS SET OR TIED.
MM INDICATES DATA IS MISSING.
T  INDICATES TRACE AMOUNT.

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...JULY 2013 MONTHLY CLIMATE SUMMARY FOR UPPER MICHIGAN...
(THIS DISCUSSION DOES NOT INCLUDE CHIPPEWA AND MACKINAC COUNTIES)

...VERY WET AT MOST PLACES...

...RECORD WETTEST JULY AT NEWBERRY...
...THIRD WETTEST JULY AT MANISTIQUE...
...FOURTH WETTEST JULY AT HOUGHTON...
...SIXTH WETTEST JULY AT ONTONAGON...
...SEVENTH WETTEST JULY AT THE MARQUETTE NWS...

...MEAN TEMPERATURES NOT FAR FROM NORMAL DESPITE SOME EXTREMES...

JULY CLIMATE STATISTICS FOR THE MARQUETTE NWS IN NEGAUNEE TOWNSHIP

                                    NORMAL   DEPARTURE
AVERAGE TEMPERATURE         65.2     65.5  MINUS    0.3
AVERAGE HIGH TEMPERATURE    76.0     76.4  MINUS    0.4
AVERAGE LOW TEMPERATURE     54.4     54.6  MINUS    0.2
HEATING DEGREE DAYS          112       79   PLUS     33
COOLING DEGREE DAYS          128       94   PLUS     34
TOTAL PRECIPITATION         4.78     2.84   PLUS   1.94
TOTAL SNOWFALL                 0        0             0

HIGHEST TEMPERATURE:                    92 ON 7/16
LOWEST TEMPERATURE:                     38 ON 7/2
GREATEST CALENDAR DAY PRECIPITATION:  1.46 ON 7/18
GREATEST 24 HOUR PRECIPITATION:       1.69 ON 7/18-7/19
GREATEST CALENDAR DAY SNOWFALL:          0
GREATEST 24 HOUR SNOWFALL:               0
PEAK WIND SPEED:      51 MPH FROM THE WEST ON 7/18

DAILY RECORD LOW MINIMUM TEMPERATURE ON 7/2...38 (OLD RECORD
                                                  40...1995)
DAILY RECORD LOW MAXIMUM TEMPERATURE ON 7/23...64 (65...2004)
DAILY RECORD PRECIPITATION ON 7/26...0.89 (0.65...1973)
DAILY RECORD LOW MINIMUM TEMPERATURE ON 7/27...57 (62...1992)
DAILY RECORD LOW MINIMUM TEMPERATURE ON 7/28...52 (61...1971)
SEVENTH HIGHEST JULY PRECIPITATION...4.78 (RECORD 5.60...1970)
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GREAT LAKES WATER LEVELS (FEET/METERS ABOVE MEAN SEA LEVEL)

                            LAKE SUPERIOR  LAKE MICHIGAN-HURON
7/01/13 DAILY MEAN          601.42/183.31     577.63/176.06
7/31/13 DAILY MEAN          601.84/183.44     577.72/176.09
AVG JUN 2013 DAILY MEAN     601.26/183.26     577.59/176.05
AVG JUL 2012 DAILY MEAN     601.37/183.30     577.55/176.04
LONG TERM JUL DAILY MEAN    602.10/183.51     579.30/176.58
MAXIMUM JUL DAILY MEAN      603.10/183.82     582.00/177.39
                                (1950)           (1986)
MINIMUM JUL DAILY MEAN      600.30/182.96     576.70/175.78
                                (1926)           (1964)

...LAKE SUPERIOR WATER LEVELS CONTINUE STEADY REBOUND IN JULY...

THANKS TO SOME HEAVY SPRING AND EARLY SUMMER PRECIPITATION...LAKE
SUPERIOR WATER LEVELS ROSE STEADILY IN JULY...BY ABOUT 5 INCHES FROM
7/1 TO 7/31 AND TO WITHIN ABOUT 3 INCHES OF NORMAL BY 7/31. ALTHOUGH
THERE WAS ALSO SOME HEAVY PRECIPITATION IN THE LAKE MICHIGAN/HURON
DRAINAGE BASINS...HIGHER WATER TEMPERATURES AND GREATER EVAPORATION
LIMITED THE RISE IN WATER LEVEL ON THOSE LAKES TO LESS THAN AN INCH.
THE WATER LEVEL ON LAKES MICHIGAN/HURON REMAINED ABOUT 19 INCHES
BELOW AVERAGE ON 7/31.

OBTAIN GREAT LAKES WATER LEVEL DATA AS REPORTED BY THE U.S. ARMY
CORPS OF ENGINEERS AT

HTTP://WWW.LRE.USACE.ARMY.MIL/MISSIONS/GREATLAKESINFORMATION/
       GREATLAKESWATERLEVELS/CURRENTCONDITIONS.ASPX (ALL LOWER CASE).
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                        JULY CLIMATE HIGHLIGHTS

HIGHEST REPORTED TEMPERATURE...95 AT MUNISING ON 7/16

LOWEST REPORTED TEMPERATURE...32 AT KENTON IN FAR SOUTHERN HOUGHTON
                               COUNTY ON 7/2

HIGHEST AVERAGE TEMPERATURE...68.5 DEGREES AT IRON MOUNTAIN

LOWEST AVERAGE TEMPERATURE...62.5 DEGREES AT COPPER HARBOR

HIGHEST MONTHLY PRECIPITATION...8.89 INCHES AT WATERSMEET

LOWEST MONTHLY PRECIPITATION...2.43 INCHES AT IRON MOUNTAIN

THE WEATHER IN JULY 2013 FEATURED STRETCHES OF BOTH VERY WARM AND
VERY COOL WEATHER AS THE UPPER AIR FLOW TRANSITIONED BETWEEN PERIODS
DOMINATED BY AN UPPER TROUGH AND A RIDGE OVER THE GREAT LAKES. SINCE
THESE EXTREMES TENDED TO AVERAGE OUT...THE MEAN JULY TEMPERATURE
ACROSS UPPER MICHIGAN ENDED UP WITHIN A DEGREE OF NORMAL AT ALL
REPORTING LOCATIONS. THE MEAN MONTHLY TEMPERATURE RANGED FROM 62.5
TO 68.5 DEGREES...5 TO 8 DEGREES HIGHER THAN THE JUNE AVERAGE.

JULY WAS ANOTHER WET MONTH OVERALL...THE SIXTH IN A ROW OF ABUNDANT
PRECIPITATION AT MOST SITES. FREQUENT SHOWERS AND THUNDERSTORMS THAT
FELL WHEN THE TROUGH WAS DEEPER OR WHEN THE UPPER AIR PATTERN WAS
TRANSITIONING DUMPED 6 INCHES OR MORE OF RAIN AT MANY PLACES IN A
SWATH OVER THE WEST FROM IRONWOOD THROUGH THE KEWEENAW AND EAST OF A
LINE FROM ESCANABA TO MUNISING...WITH 8 INCHES OR MORE AT A NUMBER
OF SPOTS. THIS RAINFALL IS 150 TO 250 PERCENT OF THE MONTHLY
AVERAGE. SOME OF THE MORE IMPRESSIVE TOTALS INCLUDE 8.89 INCHES AT
WATERSMEET IN GOGEBIC COUNTY...8.82 INCHES AT SENEY IN SCHOOLCRAFT
COUNTY...8.46 INCHES AT NEWBERRY...AND 8.15 INCHES AT MOHAWK IN
KEWEENAW COUNTY. THESE PRECIPITATION AMOUNTS QUALIFY JULY 2013 AS
ONE OF THE TOP FIVE WETTEST SEVENTH MONTHS ON RECORD. IN FACT...THE
MONTH ENDS UP AS THE WETTEST JULY ON RECORD AT NEWBERRY...WHERE THE
REPORTED 8.46 INCHES IS ALMOST 275 PERCENT OF THE NORMAL 3.10 INCHES.

THE LEAST PRECIPITATION IN JULY OCCURRED OVER THE CENTRAL...BUT EVEN
THERE MOST PLACES REPORTED ABOVE NORMAL RAINFALL...AND EVEN A TOP
TEN WETTEST JULY AT A FEW SPOTS. THE EXCEPTION WAS IRON MOUNTAIN...
WHICH TENDED TO MISS SOME OF THE HEAVIER SHOWERS THAT IMPACTED
NEARBY LOCATIONS. ONLY 2.43 INCHES OF RAIN FELL THERE...ABOUT 70
PERCENT OF THE NORMAL 3.45 INCHES. LARGE VARIATIONS IN PRECIPITATION
OVER SHORT DISTANCES IS NOT UNPRECEDENTED IN THE SUMMER. JUST DOWN
THE ROAD IN SOUTHEAST DICKINSON COUNTY...NORWAY LOGGED A MORE
REPRESENTATIVE 4.06 INCHES.

COOL CANADIAN AIRMASSES ASSOCIATED WITH A DEEPER TROUGH TENDED TO
DOMINATE THE AREA EARLY IN JULY AND DURING THE LAST 10 DAYS. THE
THERMOMETER READ IN THE 30S AT SOME PLACES IN THE EARLY MORNING ON
7/2 AND 7/24. BUT THE COOLEST PERIOD WAS ON 7/26 THROUGH 7/28...WHEN
THE TROUGH WAS DEEPEST AND THERE WERE NUMEROUS SHOWERS UNDER A GRAY
OVERCAST. MANY NEW DAILY RECORD LOW MAXIMUM TEMPERATURES WERE
ESTABLISHED ON 7/27 AND 7/28...WHEN THE MERCURY ROSE NO HIGHER THAN
THE 50S AT MOST PLACES AND MEAN DAILY TEMPERATURES AVERAGED 15 TO 20
DEGREES BELOW NORMAL EVEN THOUGH OVERNIGHT LOWS WERE NOT EXCESSIVELY
COOL. THE 55-DEGREE HIGH AT IRON MOUNTAIN ON 7/28 WAS THE RECORD
LOWEST MAXIMUM AT THAT LOCATION NOT ONLY FOR THE DATE BUT THE WHOLE
MONTH OF JULY AS WELL.

FOLLOWING THE EARLY MONTH COOL SNAP...A VERY WARM AIRMASS INVADED
THE UPPER LAKES ON 7/5 AND 7/6. SOME LOCATIONS SAW THE THERMOMETER
HIT 90 FOR THE FIRST TIME OF THE YEAR ON 7/6. BUT THE WARMEST PERIOD
WAS THE WEEK FROM 7/13 INTO 7/19...WHEN AN ANOMALOUSLY STRONG UPPER
RIDGE BUILT OVER THE GREAT LAKES AND LIFTED MEAN DAILY TEMPERATURES
10 TO 15 DEGREES ABOVE NORMAL. AT LEAST A FEW PLACES REPORTED
90-DEGREE HIGH TEMPERATURES EACH AFTERNOON FROM 7/14 THROUGH 7/18...
AND THE MERCURY FAILED TO DROP BELOW 70 AT SOME LOCATIONS IN THE
EARLY MORNINGS OF 7/17...7/18 AND 7/19. THE PASSAGE OF A COLD FRONT
ON 7/19 ASSOCIATED WITH A TROUGH DISPLACING THE UPPER RIDGE ENDED
THIS WARM SPELL.

THE WETTEST PERIODS IN JULY WERE FROM LATE ON 7/6 INTO 7/8...THE
AFTERNOON ON 7/17 INTO 7/19...AND LATE ON 7/25 THROUGH 7/28. A
NEARLY STATIONARY FRONT WAS THE FOCUS FOR SHOWERS AND THUNDERSTORMS
DURING THE 7/6 INTO 7/8 TIME PERIOD. AS A PAIR OF UPPER DISTURBANCES
INTERACTED WITH THIS BOUNDARY AND A HUMID AIRMASS IN PLACE...SOME
VERY HEAVY RAIN FELL OVER MAINLY WESTERN UPPER MICHIGAN. SEVERAL
PLACES IN THAT AREA MEASURED 2 OR MORE INCHES OF RAIN DURING THIS
TIME...WITH 3.83 INCHES AT WATERSMEET. MARENISCO LOGGED 4.12 INCHES
OF RAIN IN THE EARLY MORNING ON 7/7 ALONE.

AS THE UPPER TROUGH BEGAN TO DEEPEN INTO THE GREAT LAKES ON 7/17
INTO 7/19 AND LIFTED THE WARM AND UNSTABLE AIRMASS IN PLACE...WAVES
OF SHOWERS AND THUNDERSTORMS...SOME OF WHICH TURNED SEVERE AND/OR
DROPPED TORRENTIAL DOWNPOURS...RODE ACROSS THE U.P. MOST PLACES AWAY
FROM THE SOUTH CENTRAL SAW 1 TO 2 INCHES OF RAIN OR EVEN MORE...WITH
AS MUCH AS 4.09 INCHES AT NEWBERRY...3.35 INCHES AT BIG BAY IN
MARQUETTE COUNTY AND 3.33 INCHES AT MOHAWK IN KEWEENAW COUNTY.
SEVERE STORMS BOMBARDED A FEW SPOTS IN LUCE COUNTY WITH HAIL THE
SIZE OF QUARTERS IN THE AFTERNOON ON 7/17 AND CAUSED WIND DAMAGE AT
SEVERAL PLACES IN MARQUETTE...BARAGA...LUCE AND HOUGHTON COUNTIES IN
THE EVENING ON 7/18. ONE OTHER SEVERE STORM CAUSED WIND DAMAGE IN
DELTA COUNTY IN THE AFTERNOON ON 7/19.

ANOTHER ROUND OF WIDESPREAD SHOWERS OCCURRED FROM LATE IN THE DAY ON
7/25 THROUGH 7/28. AT LEAST 1 TO 2 INCHES OF RAIN FELL OVER UPPER
MICHIGAN DURING THIS PERIOD. THERE WERE ALSO SOME THUNDERSTORMS WITH
TORRENTIAL RAINS ON 7/25 INTO 7/26 BEFORE THE MUCH COOLER AIRMASS
ARRIVED AND ENDED THE DEEPER CONVECTION. RAINFALL TOTALS FROM THE
EVENING ON 7/25 THROUGH THE DAY ON 7/26 WERE PARTICULARLY EXCESSIVE
OVER THE EAST FROM MANISTIQUE TO NEWBERRY. GARDEN CORNERS IN FAR
SOUTHEAST DELTA COUNTY REPORTED 5.08 INCHES OF RAIN ON 7/25 AND
7/26. MANISTIQUE LOGGED 4.85 INCHES DURING THIS SAME TIME. ONE OF
THE THUNDERSTORMS OVER GOGEBIC COUNTY TURNED SEVERE AND CAUSED WIND
DAMAGE IN THE EVENING ON 7/25.

A FINAL SEVERE THUNDERSTORM DROPPED QUARTER-SIZED HAIL IN ALGER
COUNTY IN THE AFTERNOON ON 7/31.
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              ...VERY WET THE PAST COUPLE OF MONTHS...

                         JULY PRECIPITATION

                                               RECORD
              OBSERVED  NORMAL  DEPARTURE  /OR PREVIOUS/   2013 RANK

NEWBERRY        8.46     3.10     +5.36     7.44 /1994/    NEW RECORD

MANISTIQUE      7.15     3.04     +4.11     7.58 /1991/   3RD HIGHEST

HOUGHTON        6.06     2.49     +3.57     6.89 /1932/   4TH HIGHEST

MARQUETTE NWS   4.78     2.84     +1.94     5.60 /1970/   7TH HIGHEST

IRONWOOD        6.90     4.10     +2.80    15.45 /1909/  13TH HIGHEST

MUNISING        5.11     3.27     +1.84     8.44 /1911/  14TH HIGHEST

MARQUETTE CITY  4.65     2.82     +1.83    10.20 /1949/  19TH HIGHEST

IRON MOUNTAIN   2.43     2.45     -1.02    11.35 /1999/      ****

                    MARCH-JULY 2013 PRECIPITATION

                                               RECORD
              OBSERVED  NORMAL  DEPARTURE  /OR PREVIOUS/   2013 RANK

HOUGHTON       20.69    10.97     +9.72    20.65 /1899/    NEW RECORD

IRONWOOD       28.01    15.51    +12.50    28.25 /1909/   2ND HIGHEST

NEWBERRY       19.22    13.18     +6.04    25.53 /2002/   4TH HIGHEST

MARQUETTE NWS  19.88    14.77     +5.11    23.83 /1973/   7TH HIGHEST

MUNISING       17.45    13.90     +3.55    23.74 /1960/   8TH HIGHEST

MARQUETTE CITY 16.08    12.48     +3.60    23.39 /1960/   9TH HIGHEST

MANISTIQUE     16.68    12.22     +4.46    23.19 /2002/  11TH HIGHEST

IRON MOUNTAIN  16.31    13.98     +2.33    23.54 /1942/  23RD HIGHEST

**** NOT IN TOP 25
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SOME OTHER TEMPERATURE AND PRECIPITATION OBSERVATIONS ACROSS UPPER
MICHIGAN IN JULY 2013 INCLUDE:

IRONWOOD...AVERAGE TEMPERATURE 65.1 (0.7 DEGREE BELOW NORMAL)
           PRECIPITATION 6.90 INCHES (2.80 INCHES ABOVE NORMAL)

WATERSMEET (GOGEBIC COUNTY)...PRECIPITATION 8.89 INCHES

ONTONAGON...AVERAGE TEMPERATURE 66.9 (0.2 DEGREE BELOW NORMAL)
 (6 MILES   PRECIPITATION 6.02 INCHES (2.74 INCHES ABOVE NORMAL)
  INLAND)

ROCKLAND (ONTONAGON COUNTY)...PRECIPITATION 6.49 INCHES

GREENLAND (ONTONAGON COUNTY)...AVERAGE TEMPERATURE 63.6 DEGREES
                               PRECIPITATION 5.69 INCHES

BERGLAND DAM (ONTONAGON COUNTY)...PRECIPITATION 4.42 INCHES

TWIN LAKES (HOUGHTON COUNTY)...AVERAGE TEMPERATURE 64.6 DEGREES
                               PRECIPITATION 6.30 INCHES

HOUGHTON COUNTY...AVERAGE TEMPERATURE 64.1 (0.7 DEGREE BELOW NORMAL)
 AIRPORT          PRECIPITATION 6.06 INCHES (3.57 INCHES ABOVE NORMAL)

ATLANTIC MINE (HOUGHTON COUNTY)...PRECIPITATION 5.21 INCHES


MOHAWK (KEWEENAW COUNTY)...PRECIPITATION 8.15 INCHES

COPPER HARBOR...AVERAGE TEMPERATURE 62.5 DEGREES
                PRECIPITATION 6.72 INCHES

JACOBSVILLE (HOUGHTON COUNTY)...AVERAGE TEMPERATURE 62.7 DEGREES
                                PRECIPITATION 5.72 INCHES

BARAGA...AVERAGE TEMPERATURE 66.0 DEGREES
         PRECIPITATION 7.09 INCHES

WATTON (BARAGA COUNTY)...AVERAGE TEMPERATURE 63.2 DEGREES
                         PRECIPITATION 4.46 INCHES

HERMAN (BARAGA COUNTY)...AVERAGE TEMPERATURE 63.4 DEGREES
                         PRECIPITATION 6.36 INCHES

CLARKSBURG (MARQUETTE COUNTY)...AVERAGE TEMPERATURE 63.7 DEGREES
                                PRECIPITATION 6.00 INCHES

WITCH LAKE (MARQUETTE COUNTY)...PRECIPITATION 3.81 INCHES

BIG BAY (MARQUETTE COUNTY)...AVERAGE TEMPERATURE 64.4 DEGREES
                             PRECIPITATION 6.33 INCHES

MARQUETTE CITY...AVERAGE TEMPERATURE 65.8 (0.8 DEGREE BELOW NORMAL)
                 PRECIPITATION 4.65 INCHES (1.83 INCHES ABOVE NORMAL)

HARVEY (MARQUETTE COUNTY)...AVERAGE TEMPERATURE 66.5 DEGREES
                            PRECIPITATION 4.69 INCHES

GWINN (MARQUETTE COUNTY)...PRECIPITATION 4.93 INCHES

CHATHAM (ALGER COUNTY)...AVERAGE TEMPERATURE 66.4 DEGREES
                         PRECIPITATION 4.78 INCHES

MUNISING...AVERAGE TEMPERATURE 64.2 (0.6 DEGREE BELOW NORMAL)
           PRECIPITATION 5.11 INCHES (1.84 INCH ABOVE NORMAL)

WETMORE (ALGER COUNTY)...PRECIPITATION 4.85 INCHES
(15 MILES SOUTH)

NEWBERRY...AVERAGE TEMPERATURE 66.5 (0.9 DEGREE ABOVE NORMAL)
           PRECIPITATION 8.46 INCHES (5.36 INCHES ABOVE NORMAL)

STAMBAUGH (IRON COUNTY)...AVERAGE TEMPERATURE 64.5 DEGREES
                          PRECIPITATION 3.95 INCHES

AMASA (IRON COUNTY)...PRECIPITATION 4.04 INCHES

IRON MOUNTAIN...AVERAGE TEMPERATURE 68.5 (0.5 DEGREE ABOVE NORMAL)
                PRECIPITATION 2.43 INCHES (1.02 INCHES BELOW NORMAL)

NORWAY (DICKINSON COUNTY)...PRECIPITATION 4.06 INCHES

DAGGETT (MENOMINEE COUNTY)...PRECIPITATION 3.72 INCHES

MENOMINEE...PRECIPITATION 4.79 INCHES

GLADSTONE (DELTA COUNTY)...PRECIPITATION 4.92 INCHES

GARDEN CORNERS (DELTA COUNTY)...AVERAGE TEMPERATURE 66.3 DEGREES
                                PRECIPITATION 6.30 INCHES

COOKS (SCHOOLCRAFT COUNTY)...PRECIPITATION 7.49 INCHES

MANISTIQUE...AVERAGE TEMPERATURE 64.1 (0.6 DEGREE BELOW NORMAL)
             PRECIPITATION 7.15 INCHES (4.11 INCHES ABOVE NORMAL)

                         JULY WEATHER SUMMARY

CANADIAN HIGH PRESSURE UNDER AN UPPER TROUGH BROUGHT MOSTLY CLEAR
AND COOL CONDITIONS TO UPPER MICHIGAN THE FIRST TWO DAYS OF JULY...
WITH MEAN DAILY TEMPERATURES RUNNING AROUND 10 DEGREES BELOW NORMAL.
THE OVERNIGHT ON 7/1-7/2 WAS PARTICULARLY CHILLY AS THE SURFACE HIGH
CENTER PARKED ITSELF OVER THE UPPER LAKES. WITH LIGHT WINDS UNDER
MOSTLY CLEAR SKIES...THE MERCURY BOTTOMED OUT IN THE 30S AT MANY
INTERIOR LOCATIONS BY DAYBREAK ON 7/2 AND AS LOW AS 32 AT KENTON IN
FAR SOUTHERN HOUGHTON COUNTY.

AS THE HIGH CENTER SHIFTED TO THE EAST...A SOUTH TO SOUTHWEST FLOW
BROUGHT A WARMING TREND TO THE UPPER LAKES THAT PERSISTED MOST OF
THE REST OF THE FIRST WEEK. THERE WERE SOME CLOUDS ON 7/3 AND 7/4
AND EVEN A FEW SHOWERS AND THUNDERSTORMS OVER MAINLY THE CENTRAL
COUNTIES ON THE FOURTH OF JULY...BUT THESE SHOWERS DID NOT INTERFERE
WITH HOLIDAY FIREWORKS DISPLAYS. ANY RAINFALL WAS GENERALLY UNDER
0.10 INCH. MOSTLY CLEAR CONDITIONS THEN PREVAILED ON 7/5 INTO 7/6.
WITH MORE SUNSHINE...DAYTIME TEMPERATURES SURGED INTO THE 80S AND
EVEN TO AROUND 90 AT A FEW PLACES ON 7/6...INCLUDING 91 AT MUNISING.
THE OVERNIGHT ON 7/5-7/6 WAS ALSO QUITE WARM AS A STEADY SOUTHWEST
WIND LIMITED THE NOCTURNAL FALL OF TEMPERATURE TO NO LOWER THAN 72
AT PELKIE IN BARAGA COUNTY AND IRONWOOD. MEAN DAILY TEMPERATURES
AROUND 5 DEGREES BELOW AVERAGE ON 7/3 ROSE STEADILY TO 5 DEGREES
ABOVE NORMAL ON 7/4 AND THEN 10 TO 15 DEGREES ABOVE THE MEAN ON 7/5
AND 7/6.

A COLD FRONT APPROACHED FROM THE WEST LATE ON 7/6 BUT THEN STALLED
OUT OVER THE UPPER GREAT LAKES ON 7/7 AND 7/8. AS A PAIR OF UPPER
DISTURBANCES INTERACTED WITH THIS BOUNDARY AND A HUMID AIRMASS IN
PLACE...SOME VERY HEAVY RAIN SHOWERS AND THUNDERSTORMS FELL OVER
MAINLY WESTERN UPPER MICHIGAN. SEVERAL PLACES IN THAT AREA MEASURED
2 OR MORE INCHES OF RAIN FROM LATE ON 7/6 INTO 7/8...WITH 3.83
INCHES AT WATERSMEET. MARENISCO LOGGED 4.12 INCHES OF RAIN IN THE
EARLY MORNING ON 7/7 ALONE. SOME OTHER IMPRESSIVE RAINFALL DURING
THIS PERIOD INCLUDED 2.57 INCHES AT IRONWOOD AND 2.10 INCHES NEAR
ONTONAGON. THE LEAST RAIN FELL OVER THE EAST IN A SWATH FROM
MUNISING TO NEWBERRY... WHERE LESS THAN 0.25 INCH FELL AT MOST SPOTS
FROM LATE ON 7/6 INTO 7/8. NEWBERRY MEASURED ONLY A TRACE OF RAIN.
SOME LOCALLY DENSE FOG IMPACTED AREAS MAINLY NEAR LAKE SUPERIOR IN
THE MORNING ON 7/8. A WEAK HIGH PRESSURE SYSTEM BROUGHT A BRIEF DRY
PERIOD FROM LATER ON 7/8 INTO 7/9...BUT MORE DENSE FOG DEVELOPED
DURING THE MORNING ON 7/9 UNDER A MOSTLY CLEAR SKY. THE APPROACH OF
A STRONGER COLD FRONT ON 7/9 CAUSED ANOTHER ROUND OF SHOWERS AND
THUNDERSTORMS...WITH SOME HEAVY RAIN OVER PORTIONS OF THE WEST AND
SOUTH CENTRAL. MENOMINEE LED REPORTING STATIONS WITH 1.91 INCHES OF
RAIN. WATERSMEET IN GOGEBIC COUNTY SAW 1.60 INCHES...AND TWIN LAKES
IN HOUGHTON COUNTY MEASURED 1.05 INCHES. THERE WAS GENERALLY LESS
RAIN OVER THE NORTH CENTRAL AND EAST. IN FACT...THE SHOWERS MISSED
MUNISING COMPLETELY ON 7/9. MEAN DAILY TEMPERATURES ON 7/7 THOUGH
7/9 AVERAGED NEAR NORMAL.

ANY LINGERING CLOUDS EARLY ON 7/10 GAVE WAY TO MOSTLY SUNNY
CONDITIONS BY THE AFTERNOON AS HIGH PRESSURE TRAILING THE DEPARTING
COLD FRONT MOVED INTO MINNESOTA LATER IN THE DAY. MOSTLY CLEAR AND
PLEASANT WEATHER THEN PREVAILED THROUGH 7/12 AS THIS HIGH SLID
SLOWLY ACROSS THE GREAT LAKES. MEAN DAILY TEMPERATURES AVERAGED JUST
A FEW DEGREES BELOW NORMAL ON 7/10 AND 7/11 BUT THEN REBOUNDED TO
ABOUT 5 DEGREES ABOVE AVERAGE ON 7/12 AFTER THE HIGH MOVED TO THE
EAST AND A RETURN SOUTHWEST FLOW ADVECTED WARMER AIR BACK OVER THE
AREA.

THE WARMEST WEATHER OF THE SUMMER SO FAR THEN PREVAILED DURING THE
WEEK FROM 7/13 INTO 7/19 AS A SPRAWLING UPPER RIDGE BUILT OVER THE
GREAT LAKES AND A STEADY SOUTHWEST FLOW PERSISTED AROUND THE SURFACE
HIGH PRESSURE THAT SHIFTED OVER THE MID-ATLANTIC STATES. MEAN DAILY
TEMPERATURES ON 7/13 THROUGH 7/18 AVERAGED 10 TO AS MUCH AS 15
DEGREES ABOVE NORMAL. AT LEAST A FEW PLACES REPORTED 90-DEGREE HIGH
TEMPERATURES EACH AFTERNOON FROM 7/14 THROUGH 7/18. ALTHOUGH
MUNISING REPORTED THE HIGHEST MAXIMUM TEMPERATURE OF 95 ON
7/16...IRON MOUNTAIN SAW THE THERMOMETER REACH 90 OR HIGHER 4 DAYS
IN A ROW FROM 7/15 THROUGH 7/18...INCLUDING 3 DAYS IN A ROW WITH A
MAXIMUM READING OF 94 ON 7/16...7/17 AND 7/18. THE MERCURY FAILED TO
DROP BELOW 70 AT SOME LOCATIONS IN THE EARLY MORNINGS OF 7/17...7/18
AND 7/19. THE NIGHT AFTER THE TEMPERATURE REACHED 95 ON 7/16...
RESIDENTS OF MUNISING ENDURED THE MOST UNCOMFORTABLE LOW OF 78 EARLY
ON 7/17.

ALTHOUGH THERE WERE ISOLATED SHOWERS AND THUNDERSTORMS AT TIMES
MAINLY OVER THE WEST ON 7/13 AND 7/14...MOST LOCATIONS WERE DRY FROM
7/13 THROUGH 7/15. THIS PATTERN BEGAN TO CHANGE ON 7/16 AS THE AIR
BECAME MORE HUMID. SCATTERED SHOWERS AND THUNDERSTORMS ON 7/16
DROPPED SOME HEAVY RAIN...WITH AS MUCH AS 1.43 INCHES FALLING NEAR
TAHQUAMENON FALLS IN FAR EASTERN LUCE COUNTY. AS THE UPPER RIDGE
BEGAN TO WEAKEN A BIT ON 7/17 AND 7/18...A COLD FRONT TO THE NORTH
SLID OVER LAKE SUPERIOR AND STALLED. THIS BOUNDARY SERVED AS THE
FOCUS FOR MORE NUMEROUS SHOWERS AND THUNDERSTORMS ON 7/17 INTO
7/19...ESPECIALLY AWAY FROM THE SOUTH CENTRAL UNTIL 7/19 WHEN THE
FRONT SHIFTED TO THE SOUTH. SOME OF THESE STORMS DROPPED TORRENTIAL
DOWNPOURS AND/OR TURNED SEVERE. MOST PLACES AWAY FROM THE SOUTH
CENTRAL SAW 1 TO 2 INCHES OF RAIN OR EVEN MORE DURING THESE COUPLE
OF DAYS...WITH AS MUCH AS 4.09 INCHES AT NEWBERRY...3.35 INCHES AT
BIG BAY IN MARQUETTE COUNTY AND 3.33 INCHES AT MOHAWK IN KEWEENAW
COUNTY. THE STRONGEST THUNDERSTORM ON 7/17 BOMBARDED MCMILLAN IN
LUCE COUNTY WITH QUARTER-SIZED HAIL IN THE AFTERNOON. THE MOST
WIDESPREAD OUTBREAK OF SEVERE WEATHER OCCURRED IN THE EVENING ON
7/18...WHEN THUNDERSTORMS WITH DAMAGING WINDS IMPACTED CHAMPION...
NEGAUNEE AND HARVEY IN MARQUETTE COUNTY...L`ANSE IN BARAGA COUNTY...
CALUMET IN HOUGHTON COUNTY AND DEER PARK IN LUCE COUNTY. THESE
STORMS ALSO DELUGED MUNISING WITH 2.50 INCHES...COPPER HARBOR WITH
2.45 INCHES...BARAGA WITH 2.12 INCHES...AND NEWBERRY WITH 2.05
INCHES OF RAIN ON 7/18 INTO 7/19. ONE FINAL SEVERE THUNDERSTORM
CAUSED WIND DAMAGE NEAR ESCANABA IN THE AFTERNOON ON 7/19 AS THE
FRONT MOVED SOUTH ACROSS UPPER MICHIGAN. THE PASSAGE OF THIS COLD
FRONT ASSOCIATED WITH A DEEPENING TROUGH IN CANADA ENDED THE
MID-JULY WARM SPELL. THE MEAN DAILY TEMPERATURE ON 7/19 RAN 5 TO 10
DEGREES ABOVE NORMAL.

AS THE CANADIAN TROUGH DEEPENED FURTHER INTO THE GREAT LAKES...A
MUCH COOLER AND DRIER AIRMASS INVADED UPPER MICHIGAN ON 7/20 AND
7/21...LOWERING MEAN DAILY TEMPERATURES ON BOTH DAYS TO AROUND 10
DEGREES BELOW NORMAL. AS A STRONG UPPER DISTURBANCE AND ITS
ATTENDANT COLD FRONT MOVING THROUGH THE NORTHWEST FLOW ALOFT
APPROACHED THE AREA ON 7/22...A GUSTY SOUTHWEST SURFACE WIND TO 30
MPH DREW WARMER AND MOISTER AIR BACK OVER THE UPPER LAKES...LIFTING
THE MEAN DAILY TEMPERATURE A COUPLE DEGREES ABOVE NORMAL. NUMEROUS
SHOWERS AND THUNDERSTORMS OCCURRED IN THE LATE AFTERNOON AND EVENING
ON 7/22 COINCIDENT WITH THE PASSAGE OF THIS STRONG COLD FRONT.
ALTHOUGH MOST PLACES SAW NO MORE THAN 0.25 TO 0.50 INCH OF RAIN...
THE HEAVIEST THUNDERSTORM DELUGED CHATHAM IN ALGER COUNTY AND SENEY
IN SCHOOLCRAFT COUNTY WITH 1.46 INCHES AND 1.31 INCHES RESPECTIVELY
IN THE EVENING ON 7/22.

FOLLOWING THIS COLD FRONTAL PASSAGE...NORTH WINDS GUSTING TO 35 TO
40 MPH AHEAD OF APPROACHING CANADIAN HIGH PRESSURE PUSHED ANOTHER
VERY COOL AIRMASS OVER UPPER MICHIGAN ON 7/23. MEAN DAILY
TEMPERATURES ON 7/23 AND 7/24 AVERAGED 5 TO 10 DEGREES BELOW NORMAL
UNDER THIS CANADIAN AIRMASS. THE MORNING LOW TEMPERATURE ON 7/24
DIPPED INTO THE 30S AT SOME OF THE INTERIOR COLD SPOTS AND ALL THE
WAY TO 33 AT A LOCATION NEAR NEWBERRY. A FEW INSTABILITY SHOWERS
DEVELOPED OVER THE WEST AND CENTRAL IN THE AFTERNOON ON 7/24...BUT
ANY RAINFALL WAS UNDER 0.10 INCH.

A STRONG DISTURBANCE MOVING SOUTHEAST FROM CANADA INTO MINNESOTA ON
7/25 DEEPENED AN UPPER TROUGH OVER THE GREAT LAKES THAT LINGERED
THROUGH 7/28...TRIGGERING PERIODS OF SHOWERS ACROSS THE U.P. AT
LEAST 1 TO 2 INCHES OF RAIN FELL OVER ALL OF UPPER MICHIGAN DURING
THIS PERIOD. THERE WERE ALSO SOME THUNDERSTORMS WITH TORRENTIAL
RAINS ON 7/25 INTO 7/26 BEFORE A MUCH COOLER AIRMASS ARRIVED AND
ENDED THE DEEPER CONVECTION...LEADING TO LIGHTER PRECIPITATION ON
7/27 AND 7/28. RAINFALL TOTALS FROM THE EVENING ON 7/25 THROUGH THE
DAY ON 7/26 WERE PARTICULARLY EXCESSIVE OVER THE EAST FROM
MANISTIQUE TO NEWBERRY. GARDEN CORNERS IN FAR SOUTHEAST DELTA COUNTY
REPORTED 5.08 INCHES OF RAIN ON 7/25 AND 7/26. MANISTIQUE LOGGED
4.85 INCHES DURING THIS SAME TIME. FORTUNATELY... THERE WERE NO
REPORTS OF ANY SERIOUS FLOODING DESPITE THIS TORRENTIAL RAINFALL.
ONE OF THE THUNDERSTORMS OVER GOGEBIC COUNTY TURNED SEVERE AND
CAUSED WIND DAMAGE NEAR IRONWOOD IN THE EVENING ON 7/25.

MEAN DAILY TEMPERATURES THAT WERE NEAR NORMAL ON 7/25 FELL OFF TO
AROUND 10 DEGREES BELOW AVERAGE ON 7/26 AND THEN TO 15 TO 20 DEGREES
BELOW NORMAL ON 7/27 AND 7/28...WHEN THE CORE OF THE CHILLY AIRMASS
MOVED OVER THE AREA. BECAUSE OF WIDESPREAD CLOUD COVER...THE HIGH
TEMPERATURES WERE MUCH MORE ANOMALOUSLY CHILLY THAN THE MINIMUMS. IN
FACT...MANY NEW DAILY RECORD LOW MAXIMUMS WERE ESTABLISHED ON 7/27
AND 7/28...WHEN THE MERCURY ROSE NO HIGHER THAN THE 50S AT MOST
PLACES. THESE READINGS WOULD BE MORE TYPICAL FOR APRIL AND OCTOBER.
THE LOWEST HIGH TEMPERATURE ON 7/27 WAS 53 AT WATTON IN BARAGA
COUNTY...COPPER HARBOR AND IRONWOOD. THE AFTERNOON ON 7/28 WAS EVEN
COOLER...WITH THE THERMOMETER TOPPING OUT AT ONLY 48 AT AHMEEK IN
KEWEENAW COUNTY AND 50 AT TWIN LAKES IN HOUGHTON COUNTY AND WATTON
UNDER THE GRAY OVERCAST. THE 55-DEGREE HIGH AT IRON MOUNTAIN ON 7/28
WAS THE RECORD LOWEST MAXIMUM AT THAT LOCATION NOT ONLY FOR THE DATE
BUT THE WHOLE MONTH OF JULY AS WELL. LOW TEMPERATURES IN THE 40S AT
MOST PLACES ON 7/26 THROUGH 7/28 WERE BELOW NORMAL BUT NOT RECORD
MINIMUMS.

AS THE DEEP TROUGH WEAKENED AND MOVED NORTHEAST INTO CANADA
BEGINNING ON 7/29...THE CHILL BEGAN TO EASE AS THE RETURN OF SOME
SUNSHINE LIFTED HIGH TEMPERATURES CLOSER TO NORMAL AND BACK INTO THE
70S AT MOST PLACES ON 7/29 THROUGH 7/31. A FEW SHOWERS ACCOMPANIED
THE PASSAGE OF A WEAK LOW PRESSURE TROUGH ON 7/30...BUT ANY RAINFALL
WAS UNDER 0.10 INCH AT MOST PLACES. A MORE POTENT DISTURBANCE
ROTATING AROUND THE LARGER SCALE UPPER TROUGH THAT MOVED INTO
EASTERN CANADA BROUGHT ANOTHER ROUND OF MORE NUMEROUS SHOWERS AND
THUNDERSTORMS TO ALL BUT NORTHWEST UPPER MICHIGAN ON 7/31. SOME OF
THE THUNDERSTORMS IN THE AFTERNOON AND EVENING WERE STRONG...WITH
GUSTY WINDS UP TO 40 TO 50 MPH...HAIL AND HEAVY RAIN THAT ADDED UP
TO 1 TO 2 INCHES AT SOME LOCATIONS OVER THE EAST. THE STRONGEST
STORM TURNED SEVERE AND PUMMELED MELSTRAND IN ALGER COUNTY WITH
QUARTER-SIZED HAIL. THE HEAVIEST RAIN WAS 2.07 INCHES AT NEWBERRY.
MEAN DAILY TEMPERATURES AROUND 5 DEGREES BELOW AVERAGE ON 7/29
RECOVERED TO NEAR NORMAL ON 7/30 AND 7/31.

                          AUGUST FORECAST

THE CLIMATE PREDICTION CENTER (CPC) IS FORECASTING A GREATER THAN
CLIMATOLOGICAL CHANCE OF A BELOW NORMAL MONTHLY MEAN TEMPERATURE BUT
EQUAL CHANCES OF ABOVE AND BELOW NORMAL MONTHLY PRECIPITATION OVER
ALL OF UPPER MICHIGAN IN AUGUST 2013.

                         AUGUST CLIMATOLOGY

AFTER PEAKING IN JULY...AVERAGE TEMPERATURES IN AUGUST BEGIN TO
SLIDE AS THE SUN CONTINUES ITS LATE YEAR JOURNEY SOUTH. POSSIBLE
SUNSHINE DECLINES FROM 892 MINUTES ON 8/1 TO 804 MINUTES ON 8/31...
AND AVERAGE TEMPERATURES ARE ONE TO TWO DEGREES LOWER THAN IN JULY.

BUT SUMMER ACROSS UPPER MICHIGAN IS NOT OVER YET IN AUGUST. ALTHOUGH
100 DEGREE TEMPERATURES ARE RARE DURING THE EIGHTH MONTH...SUCH HEAT
IS NOT UNPRECEDENTED. IN AUGUST 2001...BARK RIVER IN DELTA COUNTY
SAW THE MERCURY RISE AS HIGH AS 102 ON 8/7 AND 101 ON 8/6 DURING A
TORRID HEAT WAVE BETWEEN 8/5 AND 8/8. 8/5/47 GOES DOWN IN THE RECORD
BOOKS OVER MUCH OF UPPER MICHIGAN AS THE HOTTEST AUGUST DAY SINCE
RECORDS BEGAN. IRON MOUNTAIN (101)...IRONWOOD (101)...AND DOWNTOWN
MARQUETTE (102) ALL RECORDED THEIR ALL TIME HIGHEST AUGUST
TEMPERATURES ON THAT SWELTERING DAY. AUGUST 1947 IS ALSO THE WARMEST
AUGUST ON RECORD AT IRONWOOD (73.4 DEGREE AVERAGE TEMPERATURE)...
IRON MOUNTAIN (72.4)...AND NEWBERRY (69.6).

ALTHOUGH SUMMER HEAT CAN STILL GRIP THE AREA IN AUGUST...COOLER AIR
MASSES MAKE MORE FREQUENT VISITS TO THE NORTHERN GREAT LAKES DURING
THE EIGHTH MONTH. AS THE NIGHTS LENGTHEN IN AUGUST...FROST BECOMES
A  GREATER THREAT OVER ESPECIALLY INTERIOR LOCATIONS AWAY FROM THE
MODERATING INFLUENCE OF THE GREAT LAKES (LAKE WATER TEMPERATURES
TYPICALLY REACH THEIR HIGHEST LEVELS IN MID TO LATE AUGUST). THE
LOW  TEMPERATURE AT IRONWOOD HAS REACHED FREEZING AS EARLY AS
8/4...IN  1907. BETWEEN 8/19 AND 8/21 IN 2000...SOME SHELTERED
INLAND LOCATIONS REPORTED FROST. AUGUST 2004 WAS THE COOLEST EIGHTH
MONTH IN RECENT MEMORY. MONTHLY TEMPERATURES AVERAGED 3 TO 6 DEGREES
BELOW NORMAL...AND AUGUST 2004 GOES DOWN IN THE RECORD BOOKS IN THE
LIST OF TOP 10 COOLEST AT ALMOST ALL REPORTING STATIONS. PATCHY
FROST WAS OBSERVED OVER THE COOLER INLAND LOCATIONS IN AUGUST 2004
BETWEEN 8/19 AND 8/21.

PRECIPITATION IN AUGUST CAN BE QUITE VARIABLE DEPENDING ON THE
FREQUENCY OF THUNDERSTORMS. THE DRIEST EIGHTH MONTH IN RECENT YEARS
OCCURRED IN 2008...WHEN MANY PLACES ENDURED ONE OF THE TOP FIVE
DRIEST AUGUSTS ON RECORD IN THE ABSENCE OF MUCH CONVECTION. ONLY
0.42 INCH AND 0.44 INCH OF RAIN FELL IN THE CITY OF MARQUETTE AND AT
THE MARQUETTE NWS IN THAT DRY MONTH...WHICH GOES DOWN IN THE RECORD
BOOKS AS THE DRIEST AUGUST ON RECORD AT THOSE LOCATIONS. 2007 ALSO
FEATURED A TOP TEN DRIEST EIGHTH MONTH AT MOST LOCATIONS THAT HELPED
DROP LAKE SUPERIOR TO A RECORD LOW LEVEL. ON THE OTHER HAND...SLOW
MOVING THUNDERSTORMS CAN STILL THREATEN THE UPPER PENINSULA WITH
TORRENTIAL RAIN. A TOTAL OF 11.15 INCHES OF RAIN INUNDATED IRONWOOD
DURING AUGUST 1941.

                          OUTLOOK FOR FALL

THE CLIMATE PREDICTION CENTER (CPC) IS FORECASTING A GREATER THAN
CLIMATOLOGICAL CHANCE OF AN ABOVE NORMAL 3-MONTH MEAN TEMPERATURE
BUT AN EQUAL CHANCE OF ABOVE AND BELOW NORMAL 3-MONTH PRECIPITATION
OVER ALL OF UPPER MICHIGAN IN SEPTEMBER THROUGH NOVEMBER 2013.


GO TO HTTP://WWW.WEATHER.GOV/CLIMATE/L3MTO.PHP TO ACCESS DETAILED
LOCAL THREE-MONTH AVERAGE TEMPERATURE OUTLOOKS FOR A NUMBER OF SITES
IN UPPER MICHIGAN.

CHECK OUT HTTP://WWW.CPC.NCEP.NOAA.GOV FOR MORE INFORMATION ABOUT
THE CLIMATE PREDICTION CENTER AND MORE LONG RANGE PREDICTIONS.

NOTE THAT STATISTICS FOR THE NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE OFFICE IN
NEGAUNEE TOWNSHIP ARE BASED ON RECORDS WHICH BEGAN IN OCTOBER 1961.
THIRTY YEAR NORMALS USED ARE FOR THE PERIOD OF 1981 THROUGH 2010.
NOTE ALL TEMPERATURES ARE IN FAHRENHEIT AND PRECIPITATION IS IN
INCHES. ALL CLIMATE DATA LISTED IN THIS PRODUCT ARE UNOFFICIAL. FOR
OFFICIAL DATA...PLEASE REFER TO THE NATIONAL CLIMATIC DATA CENTER.
ALSO NOTE THIS DISCUSSION DOES NOT INCLUDE DATA FROM CHIPPEWA AND
MACKINAC COUNTIES.

NWS MARQUETTE WEB PAGE IS AT HTTP://WWW.WEATHER.GOV/MQT (ALL LOWER
CASE). CONTACT THE NATIONAL CLIMATIC DATA CENTER AT (828) 271-4800
OR WWW.NCDC.NOAA.GOV.

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KC





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