Southeast Michigan Weather History

This Day in Southeast Michigan Weather History ...

On October 26, 2008, a late season severe thunderstorm moved across southern Oakland and Macomb Counties. The storm developed ahead of a cold front that ushered in much colder air. Many reports of severe hail were received. Berkley and Madison Heights reported the largest hail at one inch in diameter.

Also on October 26, 1963, the temperature rose to 81 degrees in Flint, which is the record high for the day. This marked the fourth day in a row (October 23-26) that record daily high temperatures were recorded in Flint!

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