Valentine's Day Weather Extremes for Southwest Lower Michigan

Below are weather extremes for our three official climate sites for Valentine's Day:

Grand Rapids

Period of Record 1896-2012

Warmest High Temperature

1. 53 degrees - 1918

2. 52 degrees - 1954

3. 49 degrees - 1984, 1915

Coldest High Temperature

1. 11 degrees - 1943

2. 14 degrees - 1905

3. 15 degrees - 1899

Warmest Low Temperature

1. 39 degrees - 1954

2. 36 degrees - 1928

3(t). 35 degrees - 1915, 1911

Coldest Low Temperature

1. -5 degrees - 1970

2(t). -1 degree - 2003, 1971

Wettest

1. 0.90 inches - 1911

2. 0.70 inches - 1950

3. 0.63 inches - 2005

Snowiest

1. 7.8 inches - 1946

2. 3.8 inches - 1991

3. 3.5 inches - 2009

Lansing

Period of Record 1896-2012

Warmest High Temperature

1. 52 degrees - 1918

2(t). 50 degrees - 1984, 1954, 1915 

Coldest High Temperature

1. 7 degrees - 1943

2(t). 8 degrees - 1879, 1875 

Warmest Low Temperature

1(t). 35 degrees - 1918,1915

3(t). 34 degrees - 1954, 1947

Coldest Low Temperature

1. -21 degrees - 1875

2. -18 degrees - 1901

3. -15 degrees - 1905

Wettest

1. 1.50 inches - 1869

2. 0.78 inches - 1950

3. 0.69 inches - 1928

Snowiest

1. 4.2 inches - 2009

2. 4.0 inches - 1990

3. 3.6 inches - 1991

Muskegon

Period of Record 1863-2012

Warmest High Temperature

1. 56 degrees - 1954

2(t). 54 degrees - 1928, 1918

Coldest High Temperature

1. 11 degrees - 1943

2. 12 degrees - 1905

3. 14 degrees - 1979

Warmest Low Temperature

1. 38 degrees - 1954

2. 35 degrees - 1928

3(t). 34 degrees - 1915, 1911

Coldest Low Temperature

1. -11 degrees - 1902

2(t). -5 degrees - 1916, 1899

Wettest

1. 0.68 inches - 2005

2. 0.60 inches - 1911

3. 0.58 inches - 1950

Snowiest

1. 7.2 inches - 1946

2. 6.7 inches - 1985

3. 5.8 inches - 1973



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