Fall 2012 Near Normal in Southwest Lower Michigan

Temperatures for the fall (September, October, and November) of 2012 were near normal. Most of Michigan's climate divisions (see NCDC climate division ranking map below) were on the cool side of normal, with just the Southwest Section of Lower Michigan near normal.  Most locations in Southwest Lower Michigan reported temperatures within one degree of normal.  Overall precipitation was near to below normal across the area (see NCDC climate division maps below).  Snowfall continued to be below normal across the area for the 4th fall in a row (see maps below).  The fall of 2008 was the last fall with above normal snowfall across most of the area.

Fall Snowfall Percent of Normal 2008 through 2012 over Southwest Michigan

Fall 2012 National Climate Data Center Climate Division Temperature Ranking

Fall 2012 National Climate Data Center Climate Division  Precipitation Ranking

 

 

Below are the links to our Fall 2012 Summary and below that are the summaries for months of November, October and September:

Fall Summary 2012

November 2012

October 2012

September 2012

 

 



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