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Not as Hot this Week

All last week, we experienced high temperatures in the upper-80s to near 90° on a daily basis. This week won’t be as hot, with highs mainly in the upper-70s and lower-80s. Overnight lows will drop into the 50s to near 60 all week as well, so it will feel much more comfortable. Here is what we expect for this week.


We start the week off absolutely gorgeous with highs in the upper-70s Monday with mostly sunny skies and low humidity with lows quite chilly Monday night in the low-50s. Tuesday will be much of the same with highs around 80. Tuesday night we will see increasing clouds and lows around 60. By Wednesday we see a chance for showers and thunderstorms, more humid, and highs in the low-80s. Timing and severe is still uncertain. By Wednesday night, the chance of showers and thunderstorms is still there with lows in the mid-60s. Thursday, we see clouds decrease with highs around 80 and lows in the mid-50s with low humidity and plenty of sunshine, with much of the same on Friday. Next weekend is looking nice with abundant sunshine and highs in the low to mid-80s.




While most of the week will be dry considering our only chance for thunderstorms is on Wednesday, the good news is we were able to cash in on some much needed rainfall over the weekend. Saturday evening through Sunday morning, the entire central MI area received between 1 and 3 inches of rain.


Mt. Pleasant Almanac for This Week:


Almanac Information is a way to look at normal and record high and low temperatures for this time of year. The normal temperatures are based on the 30-year average high and low for that date between 1991 and 2020. For example, if you take the high temperature for every July 25th between 1991 and 2020 and calculate the average of all 30 values, the result would be 84°. Therefore, the normal high for today is 84°. Record high and low temperature data goes back to 1895. Sunrise and sunset data is also provided. All information is valid for Mount Pleasant.


July 25th:

Normal High/Low: 84°/61°

Record High: 100° 1934

Record Low: 43° 1900

Sunrise: 6:21AM

Sunset: 9:10PM


July 26th:

Normal High/Low: 84°/61°

Record High: 100° 1941

Record Low: 45° 1926

Sunrise: 6:22AM

Sunset: 9:09PM


July 27th:

Normal High/Low: 84°/61°

Record High: 98° 1941

Record Low: 41° 1907

Sunrise: 6:23AM

Sunset: 9:07PM


July 28th:

Normal High/Low: 83°/61°

Record High: 98° 1930

Record Low: 40° 1907

Sunrise: 6:24AM

Sunset: 9:06PM


July 29th:

Normal High/Low: 83°/61°

Record High: 98° 1908

Record Low: 39° 1996

Sunrise: 6:25AM

Sunset: 9:05PM


July 30th:

Normal High/Low: 83°/61°

Record High: 100° 1988

Record Low: 42° 1925

Sunrise: 6:26AM

Sunset: 9:04PM


July 31st:

Normal High/Low: 83°/61°

Record High: 97° 1917

Record Low: 41° 1918

Sunrise: 6:27AM

Sunset: 9:03PM


August 1st:

Normal High/Low: 83°/61°

Record High: 99° 2006

Record Low: 38° 1927

Sunrise: 6:29AM

Sunset: 9:02PM


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-Weather Forecast by CMU Student Forecaster Isaac Cleland and Meteorologist Ethan Foreman

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