Lansing Michigan Weather

The weather in East Lansing is far too cold at this time of year to be pleasant for warm weather travelers. It is often so cold that on December 17 I could often ski when the fresh powder is deep, but this year it has not.

The coldest day of the year is January 29, with an average low of 16C and a high of 30C. The hottest day of the year was July 19, with an average high of 82 degrees Celsius and lows of 62 degrees Celsius. This dark period of the year lasts 3-4 months, with the average high in the mid-80s and the average low in October and November being -20C. It starts on May 24 and lasts 5.2 months and ends on October 31, the clearest part of the year in Lansing.

Highs range from 78 to 4ºF, with the mean high in the mid-80s and lows of 62 degrees Celsius or below. The daytime highs are between 80 and 85 degrees, which feels cool given the humidity and wind.

If you are looking for dry weather conditions, January, February and November are January and February, then October and November. With humidity, temperatures feel cold for half the year, with the chance of rain or snow.

If one day is wet, the wet season lasts 6-6 months and the windier part of the year 7.5 months.

The windiest day of the year is 15 January, and the quietest day this year was 4 August, but it is considered a moderate wind. The maximum sustained wind speeds for a day that lasts longer than a few moments are in the range of 35 - 50 km / h, with the highest sustained wind speeds on high speed days being for more than a few moments in early April, when the average sustained top speed reaches 30 - 40 km / h, which is considered the softest breeze. The windiest days this year were February 14, February 16, March 9, April 5, May 3, June 1, July 2, August 2 and August 3.

According to this figure, the warmest time to visit East Lansing is in late June or mid-August. The first spring blooms in Lansing appear in late spring and early summer, just because of the growing degrees, and they appear from late March to early April. If you want to visit Lansing, the hottest months are July, August and then June, with the coldest months of the year being April, May and June.

We estimate how the forecast could be at a given time by using the time before, after or at any desired time. This is based on the Universal Time Code (UTC) and we notice that there is no data in the start time forecast on this page, so use that.

The growing season in Lansing can last 5-3 months and 163 days, but rarely starts from April 13 to May 21 and ends from September 23 to October 30. In spring, summer time begins on March 14 and lasts 7-8 months, in autumn it ends on November 7 and is observed for the rest of the year, lasting 7.8 months. The growing season for Lansing rarely begins on April 14, May 20-21 and ends on September 22-23.

The snow season lasts 4-9 months, and at least in the winter months January, February, March, April, May, June, July, August, September, October, November and December some snow falls. Snow is possible in eastern Lansing from mid-January to mid-June. It rains until mid-June and more than 5 - 10 cm of snow falls per year, but less than 0.5 cm.

Although temperatures typically vary significantly from night to day, dew points tend to change more slowly, and while temperatures can fall at night, sweltering nights usually follow sweltering days. The sky is mostly clear, with highs of 20 to 25 degrees and lows of 10 to 15 degrees. While temperatures can drop at night, a sweltering day is usually followed by a sweltering night and the sky is generally clear with an average of 15 to 20 degrees.

The cloud cover is linear and lies at 10% with clear skies and at 15% with slightly less clear skies, with an average of 15 to 20 degrees.

The precipitation value, based on three hours of precipitation concentrated on the given hour, is 10% precipitation and falls linear and is 10 for precipitation. The average rainfall accumulation over a moving period of 31 days around the day of the year is displayed, while the average rainfall accumulation over the same period (blue line, shown) is considered to be precipitation. In terms of precipitation, it takes into account the amount of precipitation accumulated in a sliding course - spread over 31 days, with a focus on one day in July, and the total precipitation on that day and throughout the year.

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