Southeast Michigan Weather History

This Day in Southeast Michigan Weather History ...

On December 13, 2010, additional lake effect snow fell in the wake of the previous day snowstorm across the Thumb region. Storm totals reached 15 inches at Bad Axe and an estimated 20+ inches near the Lake Huron shoreline in Huron County. Wind gusts to 50 mph were reported across the northern Thumb region and created snow drifts in excess of 10 feet is some locations. The snow and blowing snow lead to Blizzard conditions over Huron and Sanilac counties, which stranded at least two dozen cars.

Also on December 13, 1878, this day marks the first day of a streak of 38 days (December 13, 1878-January 20 1879) of temperatures at or below 32 degrees in southeastern Michigan!

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