RECORDS BREAK ACROSS SE MICHIGAN ON JULY 25

24 NEW DAILY RECORD LOW TEMPERATURES WERE EITHER TIED OR TOPPLED ACROSS SOUTHEAST MICHIGAN THE MORNING OF JULY 25, 2013.  THE FALL LIKE TEMPERATURES OCCURRED UNDER THE INFLUENCE OF CLEAR SKIES AND AN INFLUX OF COLD CANADIAN AIR.

*Note that not all record data was available for comparison due to current upgrades being made to the data base at the National Climate Data Center (NCDC).

 

BAY COUNTY:

AUBURN  43F

 

GENESSEE COUNTY:

Burton 4N  45F

FLINT/BISHOP AIRPORT 47F  tied  Old Record 47 set in 1904/1913

Goodrich 48F

 

HURON COUNTY:

Port Austin 46F   Old Record 54F 2012

Port Hope 48F

 

LAPEER COUNTY:

Lapeer 2W  47F

 

LENAWEE COUNTY:

Morenci  49F   Old Record  52F 2012

 

LIVINGSTON COUNTY:

Howell 45F

Whitmore Lake  48F

 

MONROE COUNTY:

Dundee  52F   Old Record 54F 2012

Newport  52F

 

OAKLAND COUNTY:

Farmington  49F

White Lake (NWS)  44F   Old Record 48 in 2000

 

SAGINAW COUNTY:

Saginaw 5W  49F

 

SANILAC COUTNY:

Lexington  49F  Old Record 54F in 2004

Marlette  46F

 

 

SHIAWASSEE  COUNTY:

Durand 48F

 

ST. CLAIR COUNTY:

Yale 1NNW  44F   Old Record 50 2012

 

TUSCOLA COUNTY: 

Vassar 46F 

 

WASHTENAW COUNTY:

Ann Arbor SE  47F

Chelsea 46F   Old Record was 52 in 2012

Manchester 49F  Old Record was 54 in 2012

Saline 4W  44F    Old Record



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