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Urban Prairie Donating Member (1000+ posts) Send PM | Profile | Ignore Wed Jul-14-10 04:45 PM
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3. The Great Lakes moderate the weather within the state of MI somewhat

But Northern MI and esp the UP can have MN-like winters with a lot of lake effect snow near the eastern Lake Michigan coastline and the southern coastline of Lake Superior, esp around the Keewenaw Peninsula. We don't often get the -30 or more degree days like northern MN does, and the NW/NE part of the Lower Peninsula in summer is usually cooler near the lakes by 10 to 15 degrees but it can get hot and muggy too, just not as often.
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