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Thunderstorms and Heavy Rain in the South; Another Pacific Storm Moves into the West

Isolated strong to severe thunderstorms will be possible across parts of the Southern Plains into the lower Mississippi Valley. Locally heavy rain will impact the central Gulf Coast. Another Pacific storm will produce moderate to heavy precipitation amounts into northern California and southwestern Oregon. Read More >

 

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All times are in Eastern Standard Time (EST).

Weather Observations at NWS Marquette
Current Observation
3/05/24 1:40am EST
 Temperature: 32.4°FWind Direction:NNW
 Wind Chill: 26.7°FWind Speed: 6 mph
 Dew Point: 26.6°FWind Gust: 12 mph
 Relative Humidity: 79%
 Barometric Pressure: 30.01 inches
 Rainfall: 15min: 0.00"1hr: 0.00"3hr: 0.00"24hr: 0.29"

Today (since Midnight EST)
 Maximum Temperature: 34.3°F  at 12:00amRainfall: 0.00 inches
 Minimum Temperature:
32.3°F  at 1:25am
Max Instant Rain Rate:
0.00 in/hr  at 12:00am
 Maximum Wind Chill:34.1°F  at 12:00amMaximum Wind Gust: 13 mph  at 1:00am
 Minimum Wind Chill:
25.9°F  at 1:30am
Max Wind Gust Direction:
WNW
 Maximum Dew Point: 32.0°F  at 12:00amMax Barometric Pressure: 30.01 inches
 Minimum Dew Point:
26.6°F  at 1:35am
Min Barometric Pressure:
29.97 inches
 Maximum Relative Humidity:92%  at 12:00am
 Minimum Relative Humidity: 79%  at 1:35am

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The data on this page is obtained from a Davis Weather Station located at the NWS Marquette Weather Forecast Office in Negaunee Township.  This data is unofficial and is provided for general informational purposes only.