Southeast Michigan Weather History

This Day in Southeast Michigan Weather History ...

On November 27, 1995 a snowstorm hit the Saginaw Valley and continued into the early morning hours of November 28. The storm left Saginaw with 11.1 inches of snow. This was on top of an already cold and snowy month. Saginaw received 23.0 inches of snow! This made November 1995 the snowiest November in Saginaw history and also the 16th snowiest month of all time in Saginaw. Remarkably, November 1995 for Saginaw is the only November to appear in the top 20 monthly snowfalls for Saginaw, Flint or Detroit.

Also on November 27, 1989, an F1 tornado hit Shiawassee County at 6:45PM. Talk about a late tornado for the year!

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