Every day, National Weather Service offices, around the country, send out a summary of the high and low temperatures, as well as the amount of rain or snow that fell. The National Weather Service, in Gaylord, is no exception. Each morning, around 10 am, and each evening, around 9 pm, the Regional Temperature and Precipitation Summary is issued. These data are provided by dedicated co-operative weather observers and weather spotters from across the eastern U.P. and northern Lower Michigan. Some spotters are trained locally, and others are a part of the CoCoRaHS network.
Note that in the first section, temperatures and precipitation are recorded from midnight to midnight. The cooperative observations are approximately 800 am to 800 am. So, at times, this can result in differing temperatures.
We appreciate the diligence, and dedication, of all our weather observers. Below is a daily compilation of your work.