Campus Weather Forecast

Central Michigan University


Discussion:  The cold weather may be back for short stay, but the above average temperatures are poised to return through the coming weekend. As a ridge begins to build, we’ll pull warmth from the south, brought to us by southwesterly winds. Temperatures will gradually get warmer day by day as the weekend goes on, ultimately even poking into the 50s next week. Dry weather is expected through the next several days, with only a limited chance for snow showers on Saturday night. Following the round of quiet weekend weather, Monday aims to begin one of the larger rainfall events we’ve seen in quite some time. While most of the rain is expected to fall beyond the afternoon on Monday, keeping a rain jacket and an umbrella handy past lunchtime will be incredibly helpful!

Friday Night


Saturday Night

Low: 13-18 ℉


Mostly Clear Skies


Winds: SW 5-10 mph


High: 34-39 ℉


Mostly Cloudy with Isolated Flurries Possible


Winds: S-SW 11-16 mph

   Gusts to 25 mph possible

Low: 24-29


Mostly Cloudy


Winds: S-SW 6-11 mph


Sunday Night


High: 40-45 ℉


Mostly Cloudy with some Breaks in the Clouds Late


Winds: S-SW 5-10 mph

Low: 28-33 ℉


Mostly Clear at times becoming Cloudy Late


Winds: S 7-12 mph


High: 44-49 ℉


Cloudy Skies Early with Rain, Mainly PM

Chance of Rain: 90%

Rainfall Totals: 0.25”


Winds: S 4-9 mph

Forecaster: Justin Bradford

Forecast Issued: Friday, February 16th, 2018 1:00 PM EST

Meteorology Program at Central Michigan University  AMS Chapter at CMU