Very Warm Temperatures Today

After an autumn-like temperature streak over the past few days, warmer temperatures will return today, with highs expected to be in the 80s for much of Upper Michigan.  A few 90 degree readings will not be out of the question

Given the warmer than normal temperatures, we thought it would be a good idea to take a look at previous year's records for September 11, and see how the forecasted highs will compare to other record high temperatures on the date.  Will we exceed any records?

 

 September 11, 2012

Record High Temps

City Forecast High

1st

2nd

3rd

Alberta

86

92
(2005)

86
(1976)

83
(1982)

Bergland Dam

84

89
(2005)

87
(1952)

85
(1998)

Big Bay

86

86
(2005) (1976)

85
(2003)

84
(1998) (1982)

Champion

82

94
(1998)

89
(2005)

85
(1952)

Copper Harbor

83

87
(2005)

86
(2011)

83
(1998)

Escanaba

79

77
(2000)

76
(1961)

75
(2005) (2002)

Grand Marais

82

91
(1931)

88
(2005) (1998) (1952)

84
(1996)

Herman

85

90
(2005)

84
(1976)

82
(1982)

Houghton/Hancock

86

95
(1931) (2005) (1947)

90
(2005)

86
(1947)

Iron Mountain/
Kingsford

85

97
(1931)

88
(1927)

86
(1952) (1930) (1906)

Ironwood

89

92
(1932)

88
(2005)

87
(1952)

Kenton

88

88
(1998)

87
(1952)

86
(1942)

Manistique

75

78
(1978) (1942)

77
(2002) (1961)

76
(1974) (1952) (1947) (1900)

Marquette
(Water Filtration Plant)

87

94
(1998)

92
(2005)

88
(1952)

Marquette NWS Office
(Negaunee Township)

83

92
(1998)

91
(2005)

84
(2011) (1976)

Munising

85

97
(1931)

88
(1952)

83
(1932) (1930)

Newberry

78

96
(1931)

86
(1952)

83
(1930)

Ontonagon 6SE

85

97
(2005)

87
(2011) (2003) (1982)

86
(1998)

Stambaugh

84

94
(1931)

89
(1906)

85
(1952) (1942) (1927)

Stephenson 8WNW

85

88
(1976) (1952)

86
(1981)

84
(2005) (2000) (1961)

Watersmeet 5W

83

85
(1976)

84
(1952) (1947)

82
(2003) (1982) (1948)

 

 



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