Southeast Michigan Weather History

This Day in Southeast Michigan Weather History ...

On January 17, 2009, snow overspread southeast Michigan around 10 a.m. and continued into the night. Twenty-One hour snowfall totals averaged 4 to 7 inches along and north of I-94 with a few isolated 8 inch reports north of I-69. A low pressure system tracking from Wisconsin eastward across Mid Michigan was responsible for the snow. Some of the higher snowfall totals included Auburn (Bay County) 8.0 inches, Pontiac (Oakland) 7.2 inches, and Fairgrove (Tuscola) 8.0 inches.

Also on January 17, 2004, the city of Sebewaing in Huron County received 6.0 inches of snow from a passing snowstorm.

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