Southwest Lower Michigan Weather History

The Weather History for April 29th

4/29/1899
Grand Rapids sets the record high for the month of April at 90 degrees after a balmy morning low of 70 degrees.
4/29/1909
Heavy rain mixed with snow sets records across Lower Michigan. The daily total liquid equivalent precipitation is 2.53 inches at Grand Rapids, and this includes a daily record of 2.2 inches of snow. The 1.75 inches at Lansing includes four inches of snow. Temperatures remain in the 30s all day.
4/29/2012
Temperatures plunge below freezing with Grand Rapids dropping to a record cold 28 degrees. The freeze causes tremendous damage to the fruit crops as the record warm March had brought out blossoms several weeks earlier than normal.

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