|June 2012 has been no exception to the year-plus long trend of warmer than normal temperatures in Southeast Michigan. After last summer, which was Detroit's 4th warmest and Flint's 10th (including Detroit's hottest month on record in July), Summer 2012 is off to an even warmer start. Detroit has already had 11 90-degree days through the end of June, equalling its annual average. Flint has had 8, which is approaching its average of 12. The table below compares other summers which have started off in similar fashion (using the number of 90-degree days as a measuring stick). With a few exceptions, most summers ended up quite warm.