Campus Weather Forecast

Central Michigan University

Discussion: As the snow starts to taper off Tuesday afternoon, a high pressure system begins to make its way into Michigan late Tuesday evening. This clearing will cause the temperatures to cool as the radiative heating is lost from the daytime, leading to cooler evening temperatures. Throughout the week, the high pressure will begin to make its way to the northeast, giving way to a low pressure system which will bring us the next round of precipitation Thursday evening into Friday morning.

Tuesday Night


Wednesday Night

Low: 23-28F

Partly Cloudy becoming clear in the evening. Chilly.

Winds: WSW 5-10mph.

High: 48-53F

Clear skies and slightly breezy.

Winds: SE 10-20 mph.

Low: 28-33F

Partly Cloudy becoming Overcast overnight.

Winds: ESE 5-10mph.


Thursday Night


High: 50-55F

Overcast skies as the low pressure moves in.

Winds: SE becoming SW 10-20mph.

Low: 33-38F

Cloudy with a chance of rain later in the evening closer to midnight. Chance for rain/snow late. Chance of rain 60%.

Winds: 10-15mph.

High: 51-56F

Rain/Snow diminishing before noon. Mostly cloudy into the afternoon hours.

Winds: 5-10mph.

Forecaster: Matthew Convis

Forecast Issued: Tuesday, April 15, 2014 4:30PM EDT

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