Campus Weather Forecast

Central Michigan University

Discussion: The trough pattern that was stationary over us the past few weeks finally breaks down and we start to see slightly warmer temperatures in the forecast period. Along with the more average temperatures we are also seeing the potential for snow. Tuesday yields the greatest potential with a low moving into the region from the lee of the Rockies. This brings us 60% chance and up to 2 inches expected, which is the most snow we have had in a while if it verifies. There is also a chance that we will see mixed precipitation with the warmer temperatures that are being advected into our area with the high 500mb heights coming into the region.

Monday Night


Tuesday Night

Low: 15-20 F

Partly Cloudy

Winds:  WSW shifting S 5-7 mph

High: 18-23 F


60% Chance of Snow Accumulations of 2 in. expected

Winds: SE 5-10 mph


Low: 20-25 F


40% Chance of Snow/ Mixed precipitation

Accumulations of .25 in. expected

Freezing rain is possible

Winds: SW 7-12 mph


Wednesday Night


High: 17-24 F

Mostly Cloudy

20% Chance of Snow/ mixed precipatation
No accumulations

Winds: W 5-10 mph


 Low: 17-21 F

Mostly Cloudy

Winds: W 5-10 mph

 High: 25 to 30 F

Scattered Clouds

Winds: W 5-10 mph

Forecaster: Kathryn Samlow

Forecast Issued: Monday, March 2, 2015 3:00 PM EST

Meteorology Program at Central Michigan University Student AMS Chapter at CMU