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Summer Heat Weather Trivia

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We are currently in meteorological summer which includes the months of June, July and August. That means sunshine and hot temperatures are back. Below may be some weather facts that you did not know about the dog days of summer in Michigan.

Do you know when Mid-Michigan usually reaches our first 90-degree day?

In the Tri-Cities and Flint it happens on average on June 18th.

What about the warmest temperature ever in the summer?

In the Tri-Cities it happened on July 13th, 1936 at 111 degrees.

In Flint it happened on July 13th, 1936 at 108 degrees.

The warmest month on record?

For Flint, it was an average of 78 degrees in July of 1921.

In Saginaw, it was an average of 77.5 degrees in July of 1921.

The warmest summer on record?

Tri-Cities: 73.0 degrees in 1931

Flint: 74.2 degrees in 1933

Make sure to stay cool, hydrated and safe during the summer months. Get your everyday forecast here on-air and online. Click here for the First Warn 5 7-Day forecast here. 

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