Southeast Michigan Weather History

This Day in Southeast Michigan Weather History ...

On March 19, 1921, the Detroit area experienced a minimum temperature of 32 degrees right after midnight, which rose slowly to 42 degrees at 8am and then rose very quickly to a high of 76 degrees at 3pm.

On March 19, 2012, Flint and Saginaw saw their high temperature soar to daily records of 80 degrees. Flint has only reached 80 degrees or warmer in March a total of 6 times in its climate record, with most (4) of them coming in March 2012. Saginaw has also done it 8 times, half of them occurring in March 2012.

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