Southwest Lower Michigan Weather History

The Weather History for March 25th

3/25/1954
Heavy rain and high winds occur as a cold front moves through. Grand Rapids measures 2.82 inches of rain for their wettest March day on record. Flooding of streams is widespread and winds gusting over 70 mph causes roof damage and uproots trees.
3/25/1974
Grand Rapids falls to one below zero for its latest subzero reading on record.

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