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NWS Marquette Radar Outage
Hazardous Winter Outlook Youtube Briefing (Black Ice potential and cold air returning Wednesday) - updated Monday, March 10th
Spring Like Temperatures Monday
Daylight Saving Time Began at 2 a.m. this Morning (3/9/14)
Wintry Mix May Result in Slippery Travel Through Early Afternoon
The Bitter Cold Continues Early This Morning
National Severe Weather Preparedness Week: March 2-8, 2014
Another Cold Night Expected across Upper Michigan
Record Cold Meteorological Winter
Light to Moderate Snow expected for portions of Upper Michigan through this evening
Winter Weather Briefing for Conditions through the Weekend...updated Thursday
Observed Record Low Temperatures Friday Morning, 02/28/2014
Records for Latest Sub-Zero Highs Broken
Snow and blowing snow continues for Alger County
M-28 between Harvey and Wetmore is closed until further notice...
Weekly NOAA Weather Radio Test Canceled, typically occurs Wednesday morning
Low Wind Chills across the West Half of Upper Michigan through this Morning
M-26 in Keweenaw County Open as of 11 AM EST 2/24/2014
Many Secondary Roads in Keweenaw and Houghton Counties Continue to be Snow Covered and Impassable
Continued Blowing Snow across the Keweenaw Peninsula through this Evening
Selected 24hr Snowfall Amounts Through This Morning
Today's Snow Fall Reports
Join us today noon-4pm at the Kaleidoscope Fun Fair (NMU Superior Dome)
M-26 Closed Between Eagle River and Eagle Harbor Until 7am EST Saturday
Send Us Your Snow Reports
Mackinac Bridge Closed Due to Weather Conditions
Mackinac Birdge Closed
Dense Fog and Slippery Conditions Possible this Morning South Central and East
The streak ends at 75 days
NOAA Weather Radio Outage: Escanaba Transmitter KZZ-35
Snowfall Totals Monday Afternoon through Monday Evening
Moderate snow through this evening for Upper Michigan
Lake Superior Ice Coverage - Updated 2/16
Moderate Snow for Northwest Upper Michigan through This Evening
Snowfall Reports For Thursday Into Friday Morning - Updated 10:25 AM 2/14/2014
Light to Moderate Snow and Blowing Snow Today into Friday
Lake Superior Ice Coverage Nearing 100 Percent - Updated Feb 11, 2014
Low Temperatures for 2/11/2014
Winter Weather Hazards Briefing through Thursday
February 8th MODIS Imgaery of a 92 Percent Ice Covered Lake Superior
Cool and Wet with Above Normal Snow in 2013
Bitterly Cold Wind Chills This Morning
NOAA Weather Radio All Hazards Awareness Day, Wednesday, February 5th
Marquette County Weather Radio Outage this Afternoon
National Weatherperson's Day, Wednesday, February 5th
Selected 24hr Snowfall Amounts Through This Morning
US-2 Closed Tonight After 7 P.M.
Youtube Winter Weather Briefing for the upcoming weekend
M-26 between Eagle River and Eagle Harbor is Now Open
Lowest Monday Morning Wind Chills So Far & Highest Wind Speeds From Sunday Night-Monday Morning
M-28 Closed between Harvey and Munising
Roads Becoming Impassible in Keweenaw County and Travel is not Advised (CEM)
Ice Growth and Movement on the Great Lakes as seen via Satellite...Tuesday 1/21
Moderate Snow and Blowing Snow Across West and North Central Upper Michigan Today
NOAA Weather Radio Off the Air over Most of Upper Michigan (Valid 2:30 am ET on Friday January 17)
Wet snow and freezing drizzle ending this Morning
Low Pressure System Brings Snow to Upper Michigan Friday Night into Saturday Morning (Video Briefing)
Some Temperature Statistics for the Recent Cold Stretch
Northern Lights Possible Tonight (1/8/14)
Low Wind Chills For Upper Michigan through This Morning
Winter Weather YouTube Briefing discussing upcoming weather through Thursday
Dangerously Cold Temperatures and Wind Chills Through Tuesday Morning
Winter Storm Warnings & Advisories in Effect for Upper MI
Rapid Ice Formation on Lake Superior
Winter Weather Outlook Through this Weekend
Moderate to Heavy Snow Possible Saturday Night into Sunday Near Lake Superior
Lake effect snow continues today for areas favored by northwest wind
River Flood Warning Polygons Begin January 28, 2014
Moderate to Heavy Snow Over Eastern Upper Michigan Diminishing Through Mid Afternoon
Heavy snow and significant blowing snow possible late tonight into Christmas for Eastern Upper Michigan
Heavy snow possible for portions of eastern Upper Michigan late Tuesday night into Christmas
Intermittent Weather Radio Problems Across Upper Michigan
*Repaired* Temperature Errors on the Houghton Memorial Airport Observation
Hazardous Weather Briefing regarding Low Wind Chills through Thursday Morning...and continued Lake Effect Snow near Lake Superior** YouTube Video updated Tuesday
Snow reports: 11/22 - 11/24
Today (11/20) is GIS Day
Anniversary of the Sinking of the Edmund Fitzgerald
The 100th Anniversary of the historic "White Hurricane" of 1913 on the Great Lakes
Discontinuation of River Forecasts and Flood Warnings for the Peshekee River Near Champion
Daylight Savings Time Ends Early Sunday
NOAA Weather Radio Outage: Grand Marais
Strong Winds Expected Over Portions of the Upper Peninsula Tonight (10/25) through Saturday
Light Snow Through Early This Morning (10/22) Over Northern Upper Michigan
NOAA Weather Radio Transmitter in Marenisco is Off the Air
MI Winter Weather Awareness Week 11/3-11/9
Beach Hazard and Frost/Freeze Forecasts End for the Season
Fall Color Information Across the Region
2013 Swim Season Summary: Current Related Fatalities and Rescues on the Great Lakes
Dangerous Swimming Conditions this morning (9/13) along Marquette and Alger County shorelines of Lake Superior
Are you Prepared? September is National Preparedness Month
New Local Research and Event Reviews Page
High swim risk along Marquette and Alger County beaches this Evening
Swim Risk Increasing near Lake Superior this Evening
Summary of Severe Winds in Parts of Ishpeming on Monday Morning
Heat Safety Information for Heat and Humidity Moving into the Region Through Mid Week
Students...Visit the NWS Booth Monday at the NMU Fall Fest to Learn About Dangerous Currents on the Great Lakes
After 10 Years of Service, NOAA Retires GOES-12 Satellite
NOAA’s National Weather Service more than doubles computing capacity
Water Safety and Recreation Expo: August 16, 2013
July 2013 Was The 8th Month in a Row with Above Normal Precipitation
Radar Data Temporarily Unavailable...expected by early afternoon
Storm Damage Surveys July 19, 2013
Recap of our Recent Hot Weather
A Few Safety Tips to Follow During Hot and Humid Weather
Recreational Beach Forecast Page for Lake Superior
4th of July Statistics For NWS Marquette
Lightning Safety Awareness Week: June 23-29, 2013
Frost Possible for the Interior West Tonight
Follow Interesting Features on Satellite
2012-2013 Season Snowfall Amounts
Isle Royale Recreational Forecasts
Land Line 911 Phone Service Outage in Ishpeming
Beach Hazards Awareness Week: Day 3: Structural Currents and Longshore Currents on the Great Lakes
Widespread Frost Expected Over Much of Western Upper Michigan Tonight
May 2013 Was Another Wet and Cool Month
Beach Hazards Awareness Week: Day 4: Swimming during High Waves leads to Drowning on the Great Lakes
Beach Hazards Awareness Week: Day 5: The Channel Current at Picnic Rocks, Marquette MI
Beach Hazards Awareness Week: Day 7: Beach Safety and the Flag System
Beach Hazards Awareness Week Day 6: Know Before You Go! Check the NWS Beach Forecast Before Heading to the Beach!
Beach Hazards Awareness Week: Day 2: Rip Currents on the Great Lakes
Beach Hazards Awareness Week: June 2-June 8th: Day 1: Dangerous Currents
Cold with above Normal Precipitation and Snow in February-April
National Safe Boating Week is May 18th to May 24th
10th Anniversary of the Dead River Flood, May 2003
Submit Storm Reports
Gogebic County: Demolition of a Beaver Dam in Wakefield
M-28 Closed between Bruce Crossing and Bergland
An Unusual April
Snowmelt Flooding Possible Beginning Early Next Week
Latest Snowfall Reports for Upper Michigan
4th Latest 50 Degree Day on Record at NWS Marquette
Interactive Snowfall Reports
Severe Weather Awareness Week in Michigan is April 7th through April 13th
How did this Easter compare with the past?
Building a Weather Ready Nation...What Is It, and How Can You Get Involved?
Will NWS Marquette Reach 40 degrees this month?
Snowfall Reports from March 11, 2013
Impact-Based Warnings Experiment 2013
Summary of the 2012-2013 Meteorological Winter
Snow totals since Wednesday
What Type of Precipitation is Falling? Submit Your Report with This New App!
NWS Marquette Seeking High School or College Student for Summer Volunteer Internship
Why Is There Less Snow on the Ground than What Has Fallen?
Highway M-28 Closed Between Harvey and Wetmore
Multiple Mesolows over Lake Superior on 2/17
Minimum Temperatures on 2/17
Mosaic of Lake Effect Snow Patterns on Lake Superior
NOAA research finds new way to identify which El Niño events will have biggest impact on U.S. winter weather
NOAA Announces New National Weather Service Director
Today (Monday, February 11) is National Clean Out Your Computer Day!
Lake Superior Ice Cover
Happy Groundhog Day!
2012 Climate Statistics for West/Central Upper MI
February 6: NOAA All-Hazards Weather Radio Awareness Day in Michigan
Keep Track of the Latest Snowfall Reports!
High Resolution Imagery of the Great Lakes
Progression of the Cold Air Mass During the Martin Luther King Jr. Holiday Weekend
Please take a Wind Chill Survey - developed and maintained by St. Cloud State University
Michigan Committee for Severe Weather Awareness Poster Contest! -due Feb. 8
Very Cold Temperatures through Wednesday Morning
Third Longest Streak without a Subzero Temperature Ends
Map of Forecasted Snowfall Through Late Tonight
"Mesolow" Animation over Western Lake Superior
2012 Warmest Year on Record for the Contiguous U.S.
Will we be able to make up our snowfall deficit?
Where's The Ice??
A Look at Record Highs and Lows Since 2000
2012 Year in Review for Upper Michigan Weather
New Year's Day Stats for Upper Michigan
Preliminary Information on 2012 U.S. Billion-Dollar Extreme Weather/Climate Events
How Did Christmas 2012 Compare With Previous Years?
Many NWS offices are testing new, simpler winter hazards communications
Snowfall Totals for much of Upper Michigan
Keep up to date with the latest snowfall reports...
Try the New Upper Michigan Winter Hazards Page
...Potential Snow Storm Thursday...
...Unusually Warm Temperatures...
Meteorological Fall Wrap-up for Upper Michigan
Will we break any record high temperatures today?
SKYWARN Recognition Day isToday!
Winter 2012-13 Outlook
Snowfall Totals Through 10 AM Saturday
Wind Gusts Observed Friday, November 23, 2012
Significant Changes in the Weather Pattern Tonight and Friday, Possibly Impacting Travel
New Winter Hazards Graphics
It's That Time of Year Again: How to Submit Snowfall Reports!
Thanksgiving Day Stats
November 19: A Day In History
MODIS Satellite Shows Recent Lake Effect Snow over Upper Michigan
Today is Geographic Information Systems (GIS) Day
Temperatures to Decrease Throughout the Day (Sunday, November 11)
37th Anniversary of the Edmund Fitzgerald
Meso ("mini") Low Visible on Satellite Over Lake Superior
Daylight Savings Time Ends at 2AM Sunday
NWS Marquette is on Twitter
Record Breaking Halloween Snowfall at NWS Marquette!
Updated Winter Outlook
Recent Rainfall Totals
Rain Or Snow, It's Never Too Early To Be Prepared...
2012 Great Lakes Rip Current Season Summary
Lake Superior Water Temperature Drops Significantly
Low Temperatures Observed this Morning (9/27/2012)
New Local Aviation Weather Page
NOAA Weather Radio Outage: Munising Transmitter
Very Warm Temperatures Today
Labor Day Forecast and Records
2012 Meteorological Summer Review
Arctic Sea Ice Extent Breaks 2007 Record Low
No DNR Burn Permits being issued until after 6pm eastern
Come Visit our Booth at the U.P. State Fair!
Hottest July/month on record over the U.S.
Microburst near Kiva on July 29, 2012
July 9th, 2012 Menominee County Severe Storm Damage
July 21st 2012 Hail and Wind Damage
2012 Rip Current Rescues On Lake Superior
A Look at the Warm Weather so far this Summer and this Year
Hot Weather Today! (Safety Tips)
Numerous high temperature records nationwide in June 2012
July 4th Straight Line Winds and Gustnado near Channing in Dickinson County
2012 - Warmest Start to a Year and Lake Superior Temperatures
DNR Firework and Campfire Safety Tips
New Point and Click Forecast Design Will Go Into Effect Today
New Pictures of the June 8 Supercell over Marquette!
Beat the Heat - Check the Backseat!
Straight Line Wind Damage at J.W. Wells State Park in Menominee County
Historic Flooding In Duluth, MN
Large Hail in Gladstone on June 18th
Coming Soon: Wireless Emergency Alerts
Radar Analysis and Survey of the NW Marquette County EF1 Tornado - June 08, 2012 **Updated Map and New Aerial Photos from the Michigan DNR**
Areas of Frost Tonight Over Interior Upper Michigan
Winter 2011-2012 Season Snowfall Totals for West and Central Upper Michigan
Information On Burn Restrictions From the DNR
Updated: Wildfire in Luce County Seen on Satellite and Radar
Duck Lake Fire: NWS Marquette Hazard Page
Elevated Fire Weather Conditions Today over the east half of Upper Michigan
Gusty Winds To Impact The U.P. Today
Wildfire seen on Radar/Satellite
Summary of May 20th Thunderstorms
Critical Fire Weather Conditions Today...mainly across Western and North Central Upper Michigan
Interesting Features on Radar with the 5/11/2012 Cold Front
NWS Marquette Radar Upgrade Completed!
Marquette Doppler Radar Upgrade Continues through Next Week
Air Quality Awareness Week - April 30th through May 4th
Find us on Facebook!
Return to Winter Weather with Strong Winds Today into This Evening
Severe Weather Awareness Week in Michigan April 15th through 21st
Record Warmth Over Upper Michigan The Last 6 Months
All Time Warmest March at NWS Marquette!
Freezing Temperatures Overnight - protect sensitive outdoor plants
Heat Wave 2012
Rapid Snow Melt Across Upper Michigan...Animation Included
Flood Advisories for the Sturgeon River In Effect
Spring 2012 SKYWARN Storm Spotter Training Schedule
Lack of Subzero Days this Winter Sets Record
Record warmth over much of Upper Michigan on Sunday
Warm Temperatures to Cause Significant Melting of the Snowpack Next Week
When was the last time it was this warm across the U.P.?
Solar Radiation Storm In Progress
Solar Radiation Storm In Progress
March 2-3rd Winter Storm: Updated!
Come visit the NWS booth at the Kaleidoscope Fair Today!
February 28th-29th Winter Storm Review...Updated March 1st
Winter Storm Briefing
Snowfall Totals From Sunday and Sunday Night...Updated
Brown Snow? Kansas Winds Bring a Coating of Dust to Upper Michigan
A Closer Look at Temperatures Over the Last Few Months at the NWS-Marquette
Snow Totals From Sunday January 29, 2012
Warm With Below Normal Snow October Through January
Season Snow Totals and Snow Depth as of February 16th
Weather.gov Design Update Now Available for Live Preview
January 2012: The Fourth Warmest for the Contiguous United States
Latest Satellite Imagery of Ice Coverage over Lake Superior
2011 Annual Climate Summary
Introducing the Enhanced Hazardous Weather Outlook
Strong Solar Storm Affecting Earth
Low Temperatures for 1/20/2012...Updated
How Close is Our Current Snow Depth to Normal?
Check out the NWS Marquette Webpage Tour!
January 1st-3rd Storm Snowfall Totals and Wind Reports *Updated Thursday*
A Far From "Normal" December...
2011 In Review: Top Weather Events in the Upper Peninsula
Extreme Weather 2011 From NOAA
Are you Prepared for Winter Weather? Check out the MI NWS Preparedness Page.
Thanksgiving Day Stats For NWS Marquette
Hunting Season Begins Tuesday - Daily Climate Normals and Extremes For Nov. 15
Advances in Marine Observations and Forecasting since the Edmund Fitzgerald Tragedy
National Emergency Alert System Test - November 9, 2011
Where's The Snow? Climatological First Day of Snow Dates for the Marquette Area...
Newberry NOAA Weather Radio Outage
Introducing a new Michigan Weather Preparedness Page
Scheduled NOAA Weather Radio Outage...Updated
Northern Lights Grace Upper Michigan
Michigan Winter Hazards Awareness Week 11/6 - 11/12
High Winds to Diminish Overnight...
The New Winter Weather Outlook Is Out!
Have You Experienced Any Wind Damage? Let Us Know!
Marquette Transmitter Outage-NOAA weather radio
Warm and Dry Stretch Across Upper Michigan
NWS Marquette Incident Meteorologist Dispatched to the Pagami Creek Wildfire
Dry Summer Turns into Wet September at NWS Marquette
Powerful Fall Storm Hits Upper Michigan 9/29-9/30
Lack of Rainfall is Setting Records
Smoke from Arrowhead of Minnesota...Pagami Creek Wildfire
Much Needed Rainfall Across Upper Michigan
Wildfire Prevention tips this Labor Day Weekend
Record Set For Consecutive Calendar Days with Low Rainfall Totals
EF1 Tornado in Wausaukee, WI Briefly Crossed Into Menominee County on 8/19/2011
Low Temperatures on 8/22/2011
U.P. State Fair Weather Over the Past 10 Years
EF0 Tornado Confirmed in Ontonagon on 8/19/2011
EF0 Tornado Confirmed in Ontonagon on 8/19/2011
New Climate Normals For the U.P.
Abnormally dry conditions for Upper Michigan
Marquette NWS Sets Record for Third Warmest And Driest July
Canadian Wildfire Smoke returns over Upper Michigan
Marquette Water Safety and Recreation Expo Today!
Hot and Humid Weather returns for today and Thursday!
Smoke from Ontario Wildfires over Upper Michigan
Maximum Temperatures for July 17th, 2011
New U.P. Weather History and Trivia Page Available! See "Links and Local Information" at the Bottom of the Left Column.
Winter 2010-2011 Season Snowfall Totals for West and Central Upper Michigan
Damaging winds in the Keweenaw Friday evening, July 1st
New Climate Normals Released - Average U.S. temperature increases by 0.5 degrees F
Independence Day Climatology
...How Hot Can It Get Inside a Closed Vehicle?...
Rainfall reports through this morning
Find us on Facebook!
Rip Current Awareness Week: How can the Marquette NWS help you to prepare for a day at the beach?
Rip Current Awareness Week: How to stay safe at the beach
Severe weather reports from June 8, 2011
Lake Superior Seiche -- May 30 2011
Past Wind Event Brought Damage to Portions of the Region
Planning on burning? Check with the DNR first!
Storm Total Snowfall Reports for April 16-17, 2011
Storm Reports for April 10, 2011
Driest Start to the Year at NWS Marquette
Severe Weather Possible This Afternoon and Evening
Spring Fire Season is Nearing...Burn Restrictions
Storm Total Snow Accumulations
February 2011-One of the Least Snowiest on Record at NWS Marquette
Wind Reports for February 18th
Record warmth affects Upper Michigan on Wednesday, February 16th
A View of the Ice Cover on Lake Superior on February 16
...West and Central Upper Michigan Climate Summary For 2010...
Streak of Below Freezing Days Comes to an End
NOAA Hollings Scholarships Available - Applications Due TODAY!
NOAA Weather Radio All Hazards Awareness Week February 6th - 12th
...Cool Morning Temperatures...
Recent Snowfall Reports
2010 Second Warmest Year on Record at NWS Marquette
...Christmas Day Stats for NWS Marquette...
Not much snow thus far at NWS Marquette
November 10th: 35th Anniversary of the Sinking of the Edmund Fitzgerald
The North American Extratropical Cyclone of 2010
NOAA Issues Official Winter Outlook
Preliminary September 2010 Climate Information for NWS Marquette
Upper Michigan is Drought Free for the First Time in over Two Years
Heavy Rainfall across Upper Michigan on Sept. 23-24
Fall Begins Today at 11:09pm EDT
Record Setting Wind On Lake Superior Friday (Sep. 3)
2010: Fourth Warmest U.S. Summer on Record
Peak Wind Gusts across Upper Michigan Friday and Friday Night
Open House a Success...Thank You!
NWS Open House...2 - 7 pm today. Hope to see you there!
Preliminary July 2010 Climate Information for NWS Marquette
Two Tornadoes confirmed in Dickinson County
Local Meteorologist Supports Deepwater Horizon Restoration Efforts in the Gulf of Mexico
New Data Buoy in Lake Superior
USGS Offers Service to Help Keep Track of River Levels and Other Information
Need a More Detailed Forecast? Try the Hourly Weather Graph!
5.0 Magnitude Earthquake Felt Across Parts of Upper Michigan On Wednesday
Winter 2009-2010 season snowfall totals for West and Central Upper Michigan
January-May Climate Statistics for Upper Michigan
NOAA Weather Radio All Hazards Coverage Expands to Munising and Grand Marais
Preliminary May 2010 Climate Information for NWS Marquette
Anniversary of the Pinery and Black River Falls Wildfires -- A Weather Review
Tornado Confirmed near Iron River on April 30th
Top 10 One Day May Snowfalls (Updated for 2010)
Warmest April and Warmest Start to a Year at NWS Marquette
Warm April and First Part of 2010
Warm and Dry March Breaks Records
Michigan Severe Weather Awareness Week is April 11th through April 17th
U.S. Winter and February Cooler Than Average
Winter Climate Statistics for Upper Michigan
Updated Upper Michigan Spring 2010 Flood Outlook
Newest NOAA Geostationary Satellite Reaches Orbit
Warm winter leads to very little ice cover on Lake Superior
11th Warmest Meteorological Winter (Dec-Feb) at NWS Marquette
West and Central Upper Michigan Climate Summary for 2009
climate.gov Portal Now Available
Happy 140th Birthday, National Weather Service!
Today is National Weatherperson's Day
Lake Superior Ice Analysis
Michigan NOAA Weather Radio Awareness Week 2/7-2/13
Top 10 WFO Marquette Weather Stories/Events of the Decade (2000-2009)
NOAA Dispatches High-Tech Research Plane to Improve Winter Storm Forecasts
Severe Weather Awareness Poster Contest for Michigan 4th and 5th Grade Students
Christmas Day Climatology
Need A Holiday Gift Idea? How About a NOAA All-Hazards Weather Radio!
Significant Lake Effect Snow Possible near Lake Superior for the End of the Work Week
Records, Records and More Records for November 2009
Bulleted Winter Storm and Non-Precipitation Watch, Warning, and Advisory Products Beginning December 8th
El Nino Likely to Bring A Warmer Winter and Below Normal Snowfall to Upper Michigan
Weather of Veteran's Days Past
A Detailed Analysis of the “Edmund Fitzgerald” Storm
Today Marks 34th Anniversary of Edmund Fitzgerald's Last Voyage
Preliminary October 2009 Climate Information for NWS Marquette
A Cold and Wet Start to October 2009
U.S. Winter Weather Predictions from NOAA
We need your snowfall reports this winter - Join CoCoRaHS!
Another Very Warm September Across Upper Michigan
Latest Snow Depth Across Upper Michigan
New Interactive National Fire Weather Web Page - Experimental
Preliminary September 2009 Climate Information for NWS Marquette
Dry Streak Ends at NWS Office in Negaunee Township
Record Setting Rainfall at NWS Marquette Yesterday
Visit Our Booth at the U.P. State Fair!
Record cold May through July over parts of the U.P.
Preliminary July 2009 Climate Information for NWS Marquette
NOAA Weather Radio All Hazards Expands to Marenisco
A Cold Start to July 2009
4th of July Climate Stats For NWS Marquette
Preliminary June 2009 Climate Information for NWS Marquette
New June Temperature Record Set at NWS Marquette
Winter 2008-2009 season snowfall totals for West and Central Upper Michigan
Preliminary May 2009 Climate Information for NWS Marquette
Rip Current Awareness Week...June 7th through 13th
20 Degree Lake Breeze Temperature Drop at Marquette Coast Guard Weather Station
May 31st Brought Unseasonably Cold Morning Lows Across the U.P.
Michigan Heat Awareness Day, Wednesday, May 27th
..NOAA Issues Atlantic Hurricane Season Outlook...
NWS Marquette and the Marquette County Museum Share NOAA Grant
The Weather of Mother's Days Past
Review of the April 19-21, 2009 Winter Storm
Preliminary April 2009 Climate Information for NWS Marquette
New Experimental Radar Display - Feedback Wanted
Air Quality Awareness Week is April 27-May 1
NOAA Brings Great Lakes to Google Earth Ocean
3rd Largest Late Season 2-Day Snowfall at NWS Marquette
Weekend Weather Graphics Becoming Operational on May 19th
Snow Rollers in Northwest Idaho
Updated: Dry Start to April at NWS Marquette
National Tornado Experiment to Begin in May
Which city, Marquette, MI or Asheville, NC, has received more snow this month?
Major Midwest Flooding Highlighted in U.S. Spring Outlook
...Winter Temperatures Near Average for United States...
Lake Superior has reached maximum ice cover for the winter - updated March 3rd
NWS Marquette hits 200 inches!
Seventh Warmest January for Global Temperatures
Very Cold Temperatures from Mid November Through January Across Upper Michigan
National Weather Service Fire Weather Experts Assisting in Australia
NOAA’s New Polar-Orbiting Satellite is Launched
How is our snow stacking up?
February 5th is National Weatherperson's Day!
2008 Annual Climate Review for the United States
New Climate Graphs Available for NWS Marquette
History of Presidential Inaugural Weather
27th Straight Day with Measurable Snow at Marquette National Weather Service!!!
Snow Every Day since Thanksgiving?
Severe Weather Awareness Poster Contest for Michigan 4th and 5th Grade Students
Winter Weather Outlook for 2008
TAF Format Changing - Beginning 0000 UTC Nov. 5th
Changes to Winter Weather Warning/Advisory Criteria for Upcoming Winter Season
New Winter Weather Advisory and Warning Products
Past Weather Information Available for Additional Upper Michigan Locations
Global Summer Summary
How dry has this summer been across Upper Michigan?
August 2008, Driest on Record.
Rapid River Tornado -- July 25, 2008
Other Preliminary Storm Reports for Friday, July 25th
New river forecasts coming to Upper Michigan (click for details)
NOAA Reminds Beachgoers That Rip Currents Can Be a Threat
New Office Newsletter Available
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