Regional Max/Min Temp and Precipitation Table
Issued by NWS Marquette, MI

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REGIONAL TEMPERATURE AND PRECIPITATION SUMMARY
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE MARQUETTE MI
720 PM EST FRI FEB 10 2017

:The following tables are from ASOS/AWOS stations and
:represent the highs and lows over the past 18 hours
:and precipitation over the last 24 hours
:
:Values ending at 6 PM Central Standard Time.
:
.BR MQT 0210 CS DH18/TAIRZS/TAIRZI/PPDRZZ
:....................................................
:   Station                   Max  Min   24Hr
: ID     Name                 Temp Temp  Precip
:....................................................
:
IWD   : Ironwood            :  37 / 12 /  M
IMT   : Iron Mountain       :  34 / 10 /  M
MNM   : Menominee           :  34 / 12 /  M
.END

:Values ending at 7 PM Eastern Standard Time.
:
.BR MQT 0210 ES DH19/TAIRZS/TAIRZI/PPDRZZ
:....................................................
:   Station                   Max  Min   24Hr
: ID     Name                 Temp Temp  Precip
:....................................................
:
CMX   : Houghton Arpt       :  30 /  6 /  M
P59   : Copper Harbor       :  27 / 11 /  M
MQT   : NWS Marquette       :  28 /  4 / 0.10
P53   : Munising            :  30 /  8 /  M
SAW   : Marquette Sawyer    :  28 /  4 /  M
ESC   : Escanaba            :  33 /  8 /  M
ISQ   : Manistique          :  31 /  8 /  M
ERY   : Newberry            :  29 /  7 /  M
.END

:Cooperative observer temperature and precipitation reports.
:Temperature reports are 12 hour values ending around 6 PM
:Central Time.
:
.BR MQT 0210 C DH18/TAIRZY/PPKRZZ/SFKRZZ/SDIRZZ
:..................................................................
:   Station                       Max  12Hr  12Hr  Snow
: ID     Name               Time  Temp Pcpn  Snow  Depth
:..................................................................
:
.END

:Cooperative observer temperature and precipitation reports.
:Temperature reports are 12 hour values ending around 7 PM
:Eastern Time.
:
.BR MQT 0210 E DH19/TAIRZY/PPKRZZ/SFKRZZ/SDIRZZ
:...................................................................
:   Station                       Max  12Hr  12Hr  Snow
: ID     Name               Time  Temp Pcpn  Snow  Depth
:...................................................................
:Ontonagon County
:Keweenaw County
:Marquette County
MQT   : NWS Marquette   : DH1900/ 28/  0.08/  0.5/   20
GGRM4 : Green Garden    : DH1800/  M/  0.07/  0.4/    8
.END

:The data above are preliminary and have not undergone final
:quality control by the Center for Weather and Climate, part of
:the National Centers for Environmental Information (NCEI).
:Therefore, these data are subject to revision. Final and
:certified climatic data can be accessed at www.ncdc.noaa.gov.

&&

:Data for the following stations are compiled by an automated
:computer program. The data is only partially quality controlled.
:
:Values represent the high temperature over the last 12
:hours, the low temperature over the last 18 hours and
:the minimum relative humidity over the past 12 hours.
:Precipitation is for 24 hours ending at 7 PM local time.
..................................
                 Max   Min    Min
Station Name     Temp  Temp   RH
..................................
Wakefield         37     8    48
Watersmeet        36     8    50
Pelkie            37     4    48
Kenton            36     7    52
Baraga Plains     36     5    51
Windigo           28    16    79
Randville         35     5    47
Gwinn             31    -1    52
La Branche        34     5    49
Wausaukee         37     7    46
Doe Lake          30   -12    60
Stonington        32    -4    60
High Bridge       30    -5    55
Munising East     28     7    59
Seney             29     5    54
Rexton            29     6    57
Raco              21    10    50

:The following locations are marine observation platforms.
:Values are the high temperatures from today and
:the overnight low.
:..................................
:                     High  Low
:Station Name         Temp  Temp
:..................................
Gay 4SW               34    10
Big Bay               35     9
Fairport              31    17
Grand Marais          30    10

$$

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