Southeast Michigan Weather History

This Day in Southeast Michigan Weather History ...

On May 9, 1923, a late season snowstorm pounded Southeast Michigan. Six inches of snow was recorded in Detroit, with areas around Flint and Saginaw receiving around a foot! Widespread damage was also reported with trees and power lines snapping under the heavy wet snow.

Also on May 9, 2000, Plymouth recieved 1.75 inch hail at 7:05pm and then had winds at 69 mph at 7:33pm, which resulted in $135,000 in property damage.

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