Michigan is an awesome state to live in all year long. The summers in Michigan are beautiful with all of the inland lakes and the Great Lakes. There are so many different things to do on the water and inland too. Getting out to some of the beautiful inland areas of Michigan are fun for hiking and plenty of other activities.

Fall starts when it wants to in Michigan. According to many (not me), fall starts with the arrival of pumpkin spice flavoring. We are a week into fall officially for 2022. Fall came in warm this year with highs in the mid-70s, close to 80 degrees. When 9/22/22 came, so did the cooler fall temperatures.

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In Michigan, we know that weather can change in a split second. That goes for any season. We've seen 70-degree days in February. According to National Weather Service, Marquette, Michigan, the earliest snowfall in Michigan dates back to September 12, 1923. Although it was only .2 inches, that's pretty early in the season for snow.

Every year we anticipate how bad the impending winter is going to be. Have fun with it, we know it's coming our way. Do an office pool for the first snowfall, make it fun. Most importantly, you could win some money!

There are a lot of signs that we see daily that could give us a hint about what kind of winter we will battle. Keep your eyes open for these telltale signs that winter is going to suck in Michigan, according to the Farmer's Almanac. This is all new to me, and I'm excited to see how much of this is true.

20 Signs That Winter Will Suck in Michigan

Winters in Michigan can be unpredictable, but there are signs all around us that can give us a hint about how bad it will be. Check out the 20 signs that winter in Michigan is going to suck.

A Look at Michigan's February 2022 Snowstorm

Michigan saw a huge snowstorm last week, the first of the season. It was the first this season, but it may not be the last. Lansing saw 13.3 inches of snow in a 24 hour period, which set new records for February snowfall. Other parts of Michigan saw a little bit more or less. Here are some pictures of the snow to show just how much over a foot of snow is.

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