Southwest Lower Michigan Weather History

The Weather History for January 14th

1/14/1893
A long siege of arctic cold drops the temperature below zero for 15 out of the first 19 days of January at Lansing. This is the coldest day of the month with a low of 16 below zero.
1/14/1932
Grand Rapids is in the midst of a stretch of six days with temperatures above freezing during the warmest January on record.
1/14/2005
Two days of heavy rain and high temperatures in the 50s is followed by a stretch of arctic cold, causing massive ice jams to form on the Grand River. The ice jams result in devastating flooding of Robinson Township in Ottawa County. Flooding also occurs on stretches of the Muskegon, Thornapple, Flat and Kalamazoo rivers.

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