Heat Advisories with Extended Period of Hot and Muggy Conditions

 

   

An extended period of warming will influence the Great Lakes region during the next several days, with extremely warm temperatures expected through July 18th. High temperatures will climb into the 90s. The combination of the warm temperatures and muggy conditions will push heat indicies in the 95 to 100 degree range over most of northern lower Michigan once again Wednesday and Thursday afternoon. A heat advisory has been posted for all counties in northern lower Michigan through Thursday evening.

When looking back to the same period one year ago, July 13th through July 18th, 2012, northern Michigan was experiencing the same extended period of warmth. Below is a table comparing high temperatures over this time period from last year to this year.  

                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                               

 

July 13 2012 2013

July 14 2012 2013

July 15
2012 2013

July 16 
2012 2013

July 17 2012 2013

July 18 
2012 2013

Alpena     

89

    83

89

86

85

89

 89 

94

 88 

 

 79 

 

Houghton Lake

90

84

89

90

88

92

93

93

94

 

 85 

 

Sault Ste Marie

 89 

84

 82 

86

 82 

88

 81 

92

 77 

 

 78 

 

Traverse City

89

88

 92 

89

 90 

88

 82 

95

94

 

 85 

 

Gaylord

88

84

90

87

 79 

89

 82 

91

 90 

 

 82 

 
West Branch 87 84 90 89 91  91 87   89   95  
Gladwin 88 84 91 89 91  92 91   94   97  

 



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