When was the last time it was this warm across the U.P.?

A warm front and resulting southerly winds were enough to boost temperatures to the mid 40s and 50s Wednesday, March 7 across Upper MIchigan.  Here at the Marquette NWS Office in Negaunee, we topped out right at 50 degrees for the day!  So that brought about the question: When was the last time we hit 50 degrees at our office?  What about the rest of Upper Michigan?

Despite a mild winter, we haven't seen temperatures this high since last November.  Check below for a list of towns nearest you, and the last time they hit 50 degrees or higher...

 

City/Station Temperature (degrees F) Date
Marquette NWS Office - Negaunee 52 11/7/2011
Houghton/Hancock 54 11/24/2011
Copper Harbor 52 11/24/2011
Munising 51 11/25/2011
Bergland Dam 53 11/25/2011
Big Bay 53 11/26/2011
Chatham 51 11/26/2011
Clarksburg 52 11/8/2011
Garden Corners 51 11/14/2011
Herman 50 11/25/2011
Ishpeming WWTP 51 11/28/2011
Iron Mountain/Kingsford 50 11/26/2011
Ironwood WWTP 50 11/26/2011
Jacobsville 56 11/26/2011
Manistique WWTP 53 11/8/2011
Marquette City
(Water Filtration Plant)
50 11/14/2011
Munising 53 11/8/2011
Ontonagon 8WSW 50 11/15/2011
Ontonago 6SE 54 11/25/2011
Stambaugh WWTP 50 11/25/2011
Twin Lakes 54 11/25/2011
Watton 53 11/25/2011

Keep in mind that many of these stations report 24 hour data on the following morning, so high temperatures could have actually been reached during the PREVIOUS day.

 

High pressure will be moving back in by Saturday bringing with it yet another strong warm up through the first half of the workweek.  Will we set any records??  We will have to wait and see...

 



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