:. Michigan Weather And Climate .:

When you look at Michigan Weather, it may be best to look at the state as two halves. One half is the southern and central parts of the Lower Peninsula, and the other, northern half. The southern half is warmer, with hot, humid summers and shorter winters, while the northern half is colder, with shorter summers and longer, colder winters. Precipitation is fairly heavy throughout the state, and lake effect snow is frequent and can be heavy.

Thunderstorms are also fairly frequent and can be intense, especially in the southern part of the state. Tornadoes are also common and powerful in the southern part of the state, and far rarer in the north.



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Typical High and Low Temperatures For Various Michigan Cities

City Detroit Flint Grand Rapids Lansing Marquette Muskegon Sault Ste Marie
Jan 31/18 29/13 29/16 29/14 20/3 30/17 22/5
Feb 34/20 32/15 33/17 33/15 24/5 32/18 24/7
Mar 45/28 43/24 43/26 44/24 33/14 42/25 34/16
Apr 58/38 56/35 57/36 57/34 46/27 55/35 48/29
May 70/49 69/45 70/47 69/45 62/39 67/45 63/39
Jun 79/59 78/55 78/56 78/54 70/48 76/54 71/46
Jul 83/64 82/59 82/60 82/58 75/54 80/60 76/52
Aug 81/62 80/57 80/59 80/57 73/52 78/59 74/52
Sep 74/54 72/49 72/51 72/49 63/44 70/51 65/45
Oct 61/42 60/39 60/40 60/39 51/34 59/41 53/36
Nov 48/34 46/30 46/31 46/30 35/22 46/32 39/26
Dec 36/23 34/19 34/21 34/20 24/10 35/23 27/13