Southwest Lower Michigan Weather History

The Weather History for June 27th

6/27/1875
Tornadoes struck Detroit and Jackson during the late afternoon and early evening. The Detroit tornado killed two people and injured 25 others.
6/27/1914
A tornado struck Gratiot County, destroying several buildings as it moved from North Star to three miles north of Edgewood. A barn door was carried nearly a mile.
6/27/1944
A three day heat wave peaked with high temperatures of 97 degrees in Grand Rapids and 93 degrees at Lansing.
6/27/1968
Cool and cloudy weather prevailed with high temperatures only in the upper 50s to lower 60s.

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