The following are all the articles that Bill Deedler has put on the White Lake webpage since we first came onto the World Wide Web in April of 1996.
When Normal Isn't
Climate normals aren't always normal.
April 6, 1886, Super Snowstorm
The 120th anniversary of Detroitâ€™s biggest snowstorm - April 6th, 1886.
Nice and Bright to Black as Night
A look at the memorable derecho that swept through far southern Michigan on July 16th, 1980.
Palm Sunday Tornado Outbreak
April 11th, 2005, was the 40th anniversary of the Palm Sunday Tornado Outbreak. In 1965, 47 tornadoes ripped across the Midwest in a 12 hour period, one of the largest tornado outbreaks in history. More information...
Hurricanes in Michigan?
Remnants of hurricanes (once they become "extra-tropical") make their way to Michigan an average of twice a decade. Read about some notable once-tropical systems that have affected Southeast Michigan in this updated article by Bill Deedler.
"A great storm is upon Michigan" - The Great Blizzard of 1978 : 25th Anniversary of the one of the most severe winter storms ever to hit the Great Lakes Region.
How do the dry spells of 2002 compare to previous years?
The Snow Storms of 1886 and 1974 and their similarities.
Bill Deedler and Jeff Boyne take a look at La Niña and its affects on the upcoming winter weather (winter of 1999-2000) for Southeast Lower Michigan.
The Winter of 1899-1900 and a close look at the last week of 1899.
How the remnants of Hurricanes have affected Michigan.
A Thumbnail Sketch of a Great Flood in Southeast Michigan.
How past El Niño Winters have affected Southeast Lower Michigan.
How the Summer and Fall weather affects Fall Foliage.
Summertime dry spells.
The Cold Summer of 1992.
Wide Variety of weather that is possible during the month of May.
Mild March of 1945.
All about White Christmases.
Great Lakes Storm of 1913.
What is Indian Summer?
Heat Waves across Southeast Lower Michigan and information about the Heat Index.
Story of the Flint-Beecher Tornado.
Snow Storm that occurred across Southeast Lower Michigan in May of 1923.