Record Highs Set Across the Area on Tuesday

It seems hard to believe that just a few days after many areas saw highs only in the single digits, we had yet another January thaw. But indeed that was the case on Tuesday, as southerly winds transported some very mild weather across much of northern Michigan, especially over the Lower Peninsula.

Below is a look at the records set on Tuesday, January 29th. These readings are especially interesting, as this is climatologically our coldest week of the year.

Location

 

Tuesday (1/29)

Wednesday (1/30)

 

Alpena

Record

49º (1932)

49º (1932)

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Forecast

Actual

46º

46º

Gaylord

Record

42º (2008)

42º (2008)

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Forecast

Actual

 47º

 47º

Pellston

Record

44º (2008)

44º (2008)

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Forecast

Actual

 47º

 47º

Traverse City

Record

50º (1914)

50º (1914)

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Forecast

Actual

51º

51º

Houghton Lake

Record

45º (1932)

45º (1932)

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Forecast

Actual

48º

48º

Sault Ste Marie

Record

48º (1914)

48º (1914)

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Forecast

Actual

35º

35º

 



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