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Widespread Heavy Rainfall to Continue Flooding Threat For South-Central U.S. This Week

Multiple days of heavy rainfall will likely continue to cause considerable flash and urban flooding impacts across portions of eastern Texas, Oklahoma, western Arkansas, and extreme western Louisiana this week. New and renewed widespread minor to isolated major river flooding is expected, and will continue into next week on slow-to-drain rivers. Read More >

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KMQT Weather Radar Out of Service from April 22nd through April 28th

Published 2021-04-16

Recreational Forecast for Isle Royale National Park Restarted

Published 2021-04-10

We need your weather reports! Recruiting volunteer observers across Upper Michigan! Join CoCoRaHS today!

Published 2021-03-22

...Elevated Wildfire Potential Today for West Half Portions of Upper Michigan...

Published 2021-03-21

Review of the Heavy Lake Effect Snow Near Manistique Feb 12-13, 2021

Published 2021-03-10

Review of the Early February 2021 Winter Storm and Cold Air Outbreak

Published 2021-02-23

An area of low pressure developed along an Arctic cold front advancing eastward trough the Upper Midwest, leading to moderate snow over much of Upper Michigan. The snow was initially wet and slushy. However, behind the Arctic front, temperatures plummeted leading to drier snow. Below-normal temperatures then continued for the next 10 days. The cold air behind the front also caused lake effect snow

Changes to western Lake Superior Marine Zones near Apostle Islands began March 30th, 2021

Published 2021-01-23

45th Anniversary of the Edmund Fitzgerald

Published 2020-11-10

High Swim Risk for Schoolcraft County Today (9/27)

Published 2020-09-27

Service Change Notice for Changes in Gage Zero Elevations

Published 2020-09-05