New Year's Day Extremes for Southwest Lower Michigan

Grand Rapids

Period of Record 1892-2012

Warmest High Temperature

1. 66 degrees - 1895

2. 56 degrees - 1897

3. 55 degrees - 2011

Coldest High Temperature

1. 13 degrees - 1968

2. 14 degrees - 1999

(t)3. 15 degrees - 1969, 1898

Warmest Low Temperature

1. 40 degrees - 1950

(t)2. 36 degrees - 1916

        36 degrees - 1905

Coldest Low Temperature

(t)1. -15 degrees - 1968

        -15 degrees - 1964

3. -8 degrees - 1902

Wettest

1. 0.65 inches - 1985

2. 0.64 inches - 1948

3. 0.44 inches - 1932

Snowiest

1. 5.7 inches - 1995

2. 5.6 inches - 1948

3. 4.5 inches - 1918

Greatest Snow Depth

1. 12 inches - 2001

(t)2. 11 inches - 1984

        11 inches - 1979, 1958

 

Lansing

Period of Record 1863-2012

Warmest High Temperature

1. 65 degrees - 1876

2. 54 degrees - 1890, 2011

3. 53 degrees - 1897

Coldest High Temperature

1. 11 degrees - 1968

(t)2. 14 degrees - 1999

        14 degrees - 1969

Warmest Low Temperature

1. 40 degrees - 1897

(t)2. 38 degrees - 1950

        38 degrees - 1876

Coldest Low Temperature

1. -23 degrees - 1864

2. -14 degrees - 1887

3. -13 degrees - 1964

Wettest

1. 0.91 inches - 1985

2. 0.84 inches - 1948

3. 0.71 inches - 1929

Snowiest

1. 10.0 inches - 1929

2. 6.0 inches - 1904

3. 5.1 inches - 2008

Greatest Snow Depth

1. 16 inches - 1879

2. 14 inches - 2001

3. 12 inches - 1928

 

Muskegon

Period of Record 1896-2012

Warmest High Temperature

1. 57 degrees - 2011

1. 46 degrees - 2007

2. 45 degrees - 1950

Coldest High Temperature

1. 11 degrees - 1968

2. 15 degrees - 1915

3. 16 degrees - 1969

Warmest Low Temperature

1. 40 degrees - 1950

2. 36 degrees - 2007

(t)3. 35 degrees - 1911, 1905

Coldest Low Temperature

1. -9 degrees - 1964

2. -6 degrees - 1947

3. -3 degrees - 1969

Wettest

1. 0.68 inches - 1985

2. 0.67 inches - 1932

3. 0.66 inches - 1948

Snowiest

1. 6.6 inches - 1948

2. 5.9 inches - 1978

3. 5.7 inches - 1985

Greatest Snow Depth

1. 24 inches - 1964

(t)2. 22 inches - 1984

        22 inches - 1910



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