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Moderating Temperatures for the East; Developing Storm for the Plains

Temperatures will continue to moderate across the east half of the nation through at least the first half of this week. A developing storm across the Southern Plains may bring some heavy rain from the Plains to the lower Great Lakes region, a wintry mixture and accumulating snow across the Midwest and Upper Mississippi Valley into mid-week. The west remains unsettled with occasional rain and snow. Read More >


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All times are in Eastern Standard Time (EST).

Weather Observations at NWS Marquette
Current Observation
2/05/23 9:55pm EST
 Temperature: 14.5°FWind Direction:NW
 Wind Chill: 14.5°FWind Speed: 1 mph
 Dew Point: 11.3°FWind Gust: 4 mph
 Relative Humidity: 87%
 Barometric Pressure: 30.17 inches
 Rainfall: 15min: 0.00"1hr: 0.00"3hr: 0.00"24hr: 0.00"

Today (since Midnight EST)
 Maximum Temperature: -100°F  at mRainfall: inches
 Minimum Temperature:
100°F  at m
Max Instant Rain Rate:
0 in/hr  at 12:00am
 Maximum Wind Chill:-100°F  at mMaximum Wind Gust: -1 mph  at m
 Minimum Wind Chill:
100°F  at m
Max Wind Gust Direction:

 Maximum Dew Point: -100°F  at mMax Barometric Pressure: 0 inches
 Minimum Dew Point:
100°F  at m
Min Barometric Pressure:
100 inches
 Maximum Relative Humidity:-1%  at m
 Minimum Relative Humidity: 101%  at m

Last 24 Hours
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Note: Does not include liquid-equivalent from frozen precipitation.  
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The data on this page is obtained from a Davis Weather Station located at the NWS Marquette Weather Forecast Office in Negaunee Township.  This data is unofficial and is provided for general informational purposes only.