Southeast Michigan Weather History

This Day in Southeast Michigan Weather History ...

On February 22, 2010, low pressure moved out of the Central Plains and tracked northeast through the Ohio River Valley. Snowfall totals were generally in the 2 to 8 inch range, with the higher totals occuring along and south of I-69. There were isolated totals up to 9 inches reported across Washtenaw county. Some of the higher snowfall totals across the area included Ann Arbor reporting 9.0 inches, Saline with 8.5 inches, West Bloomfield had 8.0 inches, Wyandotte 7.7 inches, and Macomb Township received 7.5 inches.

Also on February 22, 1930, the daytime temperature soared to 67 degrees in Saginaw, which is the record high for the month of February in this city. This day also marked the fourth day in a row (February 19-22) of daily record high temperatures in Saginaw!

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