Campus Weather Forecast

Central Michigan University

Discussion: Were in for a damp and windy week with temperatures remaining below average. The system that moved through Sunday night will move very slowly out of our area causing a buildup in the pressure gradient over us leading to the strong winds. While there is not going to be a lot of moisture overhead there will be marginal instability which will be leading to some scattered showers throughout the week. Our low temperatures are also a result of the cyclonic winds from the low channeling cool air down from Canada. Wednesday Night/Thursday morning looks to be the coolest as lows may dip below freezing leading to any precip. Possibly turn into snow or a mix.

Monday Night


Tuesday Night

Low: 36 - 40 F

Overcast, Windy

Chance of Rain 30%

Rain accumulation < .1

Winds: SW 15-25 mph Gusts 30

High: 45 - 50F

Overcast, Windy


Chance of Rain 30%


Winds: SW 10-25 mph gusts 30


Low: 34 - 38F

Mostly Cloudy, Breezy

Chance of Rain 40%

Wind: W 10-20 mph


Wednesday Night


High: 42 - 46 F

Overcast, Breezy

Chance of precipitation 30%

Winds: W 10-20 mph

Low: 29-34 F

Mostly Cloudy

30% Chance of Precip.

May be Rain/Snow

No accumulations

Winds: W 5-15 mph

High: 44-48 F

Mostly cloudy, Breezy

Winds: NW 10-20 mph

Forecaster: James Holton

Forecast Issued: Monday, April 20, 2015 12:00pm EDT

Meteorology Program at Central Michigan University Student AMS Chapter at CMU