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Oscoda, MI

Right Now
33°
Snow Shower
  • Humidity: 100%
  • Feels Like: 26°
  • Heat Index: 33°
  • Wind: 7 mph
  • Wind Chill: 26°
  • UV Index: 0 Low
  • Sunrise: 08:06:08 AM
  • Sunset: 05:19:52 PM
  • Dew Point: 33°
  • Visibility: 2.6 mi

Today

Snow showers will become more widely scattered overnight. Low 28F. Winds SSW at 5 to 10 mph. Chance of snow 90%.

Tonight

Snow showers will become more widely scattered overnight. Low 28F. Winds SSW at 5 to 10 mph. Chance of snow 90%.

Tomorrow

Overcast. A few flurries or snow showers possible. High 36F. Winds WSW at 5 to 10 mph.

Next 12 Hours

Time
Temp
Precip
10 PM
33°
58%
10 PM
33°

Wind: SSW @ 7mph

Precip: 58% Chance

Humidity: 98%

Wind Chill: 27°

Heat Index: 33°

UV Index: 0 Low

Visibility: 2 mi

11 PM
33°
51%
11 PM
33°

Wind: SSW @ 7mph

Precip: 51% Chance

Humidity: 96%

Wind Chill: 27°

Heat Index: 33°

UV Index: 0 Low

Visibility: 2 mi

12 AM
33°
15%
12 AM
33°

Wind: SSW @ 8mph

Precip: 15% Chance

Humidity: 96%

Wind Chill: 26°

Heat Index: 33°

UV Index: 0 Low

Visibility: 4 mi

1 AM
33°
15%
1 AM
33°

Wind: SSW @ 9mph

Precip: 15% Chance

Humidity: 93%

Wind Chill: 26°

Heat Index: 33°

UV Index: 0 Low

Visibility: 5 mi

2 AM
33°
15%
2 AM
33°

Wind: SSW @ 10mph

Precip: 15% Chance

Humidity: 93%

Wind Chill: 25°

Heat Index: 33°

UV Index: 0 Low

Visibility: 4 mi

3 AM
32°
15%
3 AM
32°

Wind: SSW @ 8mph

Precip: 15% Chance

Humidity: 93%

Wind Chill: 25°

Heat Index: 32°

UV Index: 0 Low

Visibility: 5 mi

4 AM
32°
15%
4 AM
32°

Wind: SSW @ 8mph

Precip: 15% Chance

Humidity: 93%

Wind Chill: 25°

Heat Index: 32°

UV Index: 0 Low

Visibility: 5 mi

5 AM
31°
32%
5 AM
31°

Wind: SSW @ 6mph

Precip: 32% Chance

Humidity: 94%

Wind Chill: 25°

Heat Index: 31°

UV Index: 0 Low

Visibility: 4 mi

6 AM
30°
33%
6 AM
30°

Wind: SSW @ 5mph

Precip: 33% Chance

Humidity: 97%

Wind Chill: 24°

Heat Index: 30°

UV Index: 0 Low

Visibility: 4 mi

7 AM
30°
14%
7 AM
30°

Wind: SW @ 5mph

Precip: 14% Chance

Humidity: 97%

Wind Chill: 25°

Heat Index: 30°

UV Index: 0 Low

Visibility: 4 mi

8 AM
29°
15%
8 AM
29°

Wind: SW @ 4mph

Precip: 15% Chance

Humidity: 94%

Wind Chill: 25°

Heat Index: 29°

UV Index: 0 Low

Visibility: 5 mi

9 AM
29°
15%
9 AM
29°

Wind: SW @ 5mph

Precip: 15% Chance

Humidity: 94%

Wind Chill: 24°

Heat Index: 29°

UV Index: 0 Low

Visibility: 5 mi

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LANSING – Michigan Attorney General Dana Nessel – in conjunction with the U.S. Attorney for the Western District of Michigan Andrew Birge, the U.S. Attorney for the Eastern District of Michigan Matthew Schneider, the Federal Bureau of Investigations and the Michigan State Police – announced …

EAST LANSING – After 33 years serving the Michigan High School Athletic Association in a variety of roles including as its first communications director and most recently director of broadcast properties, John Johnson has retired. His final day was Dec. 18.

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The Oscoda Township Board of Trustee’s recent vote at a September meeting to hobble the duties of the township’s treasurer and clerk, and seek a financial director for the township at a cost of more than $65,000, not only undermines the political desires of the people who put the elected off…