Southwest Lower Michigan Weather History

The Weather History for May 29th

5/29/1895
The second heat wave of the month gets underway with record highs of 94 degrees at Grand Rapids and Lansing.
5/29/1947
Muskegon records its latest snow on record as some wet snowflakes mix in with a cold rain. The high temperature for the day is only 47 degrees after a low of 35.
5/29/2011
A squall line moved through southern Lower Michigan during the afternoon bringing damaging winds from Vicksburg to Battle Creek and Charlotte. Trees were snapped in a 100 yard wide path, and both a residence and a barn had their roofs partially blown off. Kimball Pines County Park near Battle Creek lost hundreds of trees to winds estimated to be 85 to 100 mph. A state of emergency was declared for Calhoun County and nearly 40,000 people lost power due to the wind damage and lightning.

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