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Some sunshine today and slightly warm, then a wet midweek

Highs will range from 65 to 70 degrees today. Tomorrow a warm front will trigger showers and scattered thunderstorms, mostly in the afternoon. Then the showers and thunderstorms will continue unto Thursday until the cold front comes through late in the day. Read More >

Variable cloudiness across the area on the 21st of August not only made it tough to see the solar eclipse, it also caused more variability in the temperature trends. 

The 1st temperature is the warmest reached through the midpoint of the eclipse and the 2nd is the lowest temperature reached during or up to 15 minutes after the eclipse. 

Location

Maximum T before Eclipse

Minimum T during/after Eclipse

Temperature Drop (F)

Jackson

88

81

-7

Ludington

79

72

-7

Muskegon

81

75

-6

Lansing

88

82

-6

Holland

81

75

-6

Kalamazoo

86

82

-4

Big Rapids

83

79

-4

Fremont

81

77

-4

Grand Rapids

84

81

-3

Battle Creek

85

82

-3

Mount Pleasant

87

85

-2

Ionia

84

82

-2