New Year's Day Stats for Upper Michigan

Here are the New Year's Day stats for the NWS Marquette Office in Negaunee Township, as well as records for select Upper Michigan cities.

 

Normals for NWS Marquette

High Low Mean Precipitation Snowfall
Snow Depth
23 7 14 0.08" 1.4" 17"

 

Records for Upper Michigan Cities

 Location Maximum Minimum Lowest Maximum Highest Minimum
 Marquette NWS 36 (1992) -19 (1974) -1 (1968) 27 (1987)
 Marquette City 44 (1964) -19 (1979) 1 (1979) 35 (1950)
 Houghton 36 (1964) -21 (1968) 2 (1968/1974) 26 (1987/1992)
 Ironwood 46 (1905) -25 (1968/1974) -3 (1969) 32 (1921)
 Iron Mountain 38 (1980) -22 (1968) -1 (1968) 33 (2007)
 Newberry 46 (2011) -14 (1969) 5 (1968) 34 (1936/2007)

 

Other records for NWS Marquette

Greatest Precipitation:      0.56"       2007
Greatest Snowfall:               7.0"        2008
Greatest Snow Depth:          51"       1969

 

Previous 10 years at NWS Marquette

Year High
Low
Precipitation Snowfall Snow Depth
2012 33 19 0.20 2.4 9
2011 34 4 T T 11
2010 13 1 0.16 3.8 20
2009 18 -3 0.03 1.3 18
2008 22 14 0.41 7.0 14
2007 32 20 0.56 4.7 7
2006 33 26 0.03 0.6 15
2005 20 15 0.07 1.9 18
2004 29 11 0.07 0.5 10
2003 23 7 0.02 1.0 6


The following shows the number of New Year's Days that snow has fallen or there has been snow on the ground.

                                                          Occurrences       Percent
Snowfall (Trace or greater)                    47                    92%
Snow Depth (Trace or greater)             51                   100%


Note: Weather Records for the Marquette National Weather Service office located in Negaunee Township data back to 1961.

Note: Weather Records date back to 1953 for Houghton, 1902 for Ironwood, 1931 for Iron Mountain, 1948 for Marquette City and 1911 for Newberry.



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