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Michigan Weather

Detroit Weather

The highest recorded temperature for Detroit for the past 47 years was 104°F, while the standard high yearly temperature is 58. The record low temperature in Detroit for the last 47 years was -21, while the normal low measured annual temperature is 41. Detroit typically receives a yearly average of 33 inches of rain and averages 42 inches of snow annually.

Flint Weather

The highest recorded temperature for Flint for the past 49 years was 101°F, and the normal daily high is 57. In the last 49 years the lowest measured temperature in Flint was -25, and the typical annual low is 37. Flint typically receives a yearly average of 32 inches of rain and averages 46 inches of snow yearly.

Grand Rapids Weather

The hottest day in Grand Rapids for the past 42 years was 100°F, and the mean yearly high is 57. The coldest day in Grand Rapids for the past 42 years was -22, and the standard annual low recorded daily temperature is 38. Grand Rapids typically receives a yearly average of 37 inches of rain and averages 74 inches of snow annually.

Lansing Weather

The hottest day in Lansing for the past 47 years was 100°F, while the average high daily temperature for the year is 57. The lowest measured temperature in Lansing for the last 47 years was -29, while the standard low annual daily temperature is 37. Lansing normally receives an annual average of 32 inches of rain and receives a yearly average of 49 inches of snow.

Muskegon Weather

The highest recorded temperature in Muskegon Michigan for the past 66 years was 99°F, while the standard high yearly temperature is 56. The coldest day reported in Muskegon for the past 66 years was -19, while the typical low recorded annual temperature is 38. Muskegon receives an annual average of 33 inches of precipitation and receives an average of 96 inches of snow.

Sault Ste Marie Weather

The hottest day in Sault Ste Marie Michigan for the past 65 years was 98°F, while the average high daily temperature for the year is 50. The coldest day reported in Sault Ste Marie for the past 65 years was -36, and the typical annual low is 30. Sault Ste Marie usually receives an average of 35 inches of rain during the year and averages 117 inches of snow yearly.