• Wed

    Oct 1

    57°Lo 32°

    Mostly sunny

    Stargazing Weather
    • Cloud
      Cover
      15%
    • Precip
      63%
    • Hours of Precip
      1.5
  • Thu

    Oct 2

    57°Lo 42°

    Mostly sunny

    Stargazing Weather
    • Cloud
      Cover
      71%
    • Precip
      25%
    • Hours of Precip
      0
    more
  • Fri

    Oct 3

    58°Lo 40°

    Overcast with a little rain

    Stargazing Weather
    • Cloud
      Cover
      97%
    • Precip
      99%
    • Hours of Precip
      11
    more
  • Sat

    Oct 4

    59°Lo 43°

    Mostly cloudy

    Stargazing Weather
    • Cloud
      Cover
      47%
    • Precip
      55%
    • Hours of Precip
      1.5
    more
  • Sun

    Oct 5

    57°Lo 42°

    Periods of rain

    Stargazing Weather
    • Cloud
      Cover
      81%
    • Precip
      59%
    • Hours of Precip
      5
    more
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Hi 57° RealFeel® 55° Precipitation 0%

Day

N

E

S

W

  • NW 6 mph
  • Gusts: 16 mph

Mostly sunny

  • Max UV Index: 4 (Moderate)
  • Thunderstorms: 0%
  • Precipitation: 0 in
  • Rain: 0 in
  • Snow: 0 in
  • Ice: 0 in
  • Hours of Precipitation: 0 hrs
  • Hours of Rain: 0 hrs
Lo 32° RealFeel® 29° Precipitation 63%

Night

N

E

S

W

  • W 3 mph
  • Gusts: 9 mph

Partly cloudy with a couple of showers, mainly early

  • Max UV Index: N/A
  • Thunderstorms: 29%
  • Precipitation: 0.08 in
  • Rain: 0.08 in
  • Snow: 0 in
  • Ice: 0 in
  • Hours of Precipitation: 1.5 hrs
  • Hours of Rain: 1.5 hrs

Temperature History - Oct 1

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  Today Normal Record 10/1/2013
High 57° 62° 81° (2002) 72°
Low 32° 40° 17° (1947) 54°

Solunar Information for Evart, MI

Sunrise/Sunset

Sunrise / Sunset Illustration

Rises at 7:38 AM with 11:44 of sunlight, then sets at 7:22 PM

Moonrise/Moonset

Astronomy >
Moonrise / Moonset Illustration

Rises at 2:47 PM with 9:57 of moolight, then sets at 12:44 AM

Tue, Sep 16
Last
Wed, Sep 24
New
Wed, Oct 1
First
Wed, Oct 8
Full

Lunar Reconnaissance Orbiter Studies Moon

Sep 14, 2014; 5:00 AM ET We now know the topographical structure of the moon better than our own planet thanks to LRO.