Ludington, Michigan

Climate in Ludington, Michigan

What is the climate like in Ludington, Michigan? There are many important factors that may affect your personal climate preferences including average temperature and humidity, annual rainfall and snow, number of cloudy days, wind speeds, and more.

Climate comfort in Ludington, Michigan

In a typical year, Ludington, Michigan temperatures fall below 50F° for 205 days per year. Annual precipitation in Ludington is typically 33.9 inches per year (lowAnalytics team at Dwellics grouped locations into 5 ranges for each metric: Lowest, Low, Moderate, High, Highest in the US) and snow covers the ground 75 days per year or 20.5% of the year (highAnalytics team at Dwellics grouped locations into 5 ranges for each metric: Lowest, Low, Moderate, High, Highest in the US). It may be helpful to understand the yearly precipitation by imagining 7 straight days of moderate rain per year. The humidity in Ludington, Michigan is below 60% for approximately 63.0 days or 17.3% of the year.

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Climate Mood comfort

Sunrise and sunset times vary by region in the United States. The duration of each day and the amount of sunlight can affect people's moods in a significant way. In Ludington, Michigan, the shortest day starts at 8:21am and ends at 5:07pm and lasts for 8 hours 52 minutes. The longest day starts at 6:02am and ends at 9:32pm and lasts for 15 hours 28 minutes.

  • Shortest Day8:21am5:07pm
  • Longest Day6:02am9:32pm

Pros and Cons of living in Ludington, Michigan in reviews from users in their own words:

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  • "not alot of people live in this small location making it safer to live here"
  • "very high rent and low paying jobs taxes on your property make it impossible to ever own your property you are only a care taker of that property for the goverment untill the next person buys that property "