Today’s weather in Michigan
Michigan experiences a continental climate. However there are two distinct regions which have different types of climates. The southern and central parts of the state from the Grand Rapids area southwards have a warm climate with hot summers and cold winters. The northern parts of the state have warm but short summers and very cold winters which are very long. Some parts of the state have temperatures that fall below freezing point during the months of December to February. In February the state experiences a lot of snow that is produced by the lake effect.
The state receives an annual average of 30 and 40 inches of precipitation. The highest temperature recorded in Michigan was 112 degrees Fahrenheit at Mio on the 13th of July 1936 and the lowest temperature recorded was -51 degrees Fahrenheit recorded at Vanderbilt on the 9th of February 1934. For more information on Michigan weather check here http://www.michiganweather.net.