ANN ARBOR – The National Weather Service released updated snow totals in Michigan on Tuesday morning, revealing that Ann Arbor got a record-breaking 11 inches of snow during Monday’s storm.
This was the highest recorded snowfall in Metro Detroit across six counties, according to an NWS release.
The last record in the region was set on Nov. 11, 1984 with 4.1 inches of snowfall.
Lake Orion came in a close second with 10.6 inches, while Sterling Heights and Wixom both saw 10 inches.
Elsewhere in Washtenaw County, Ypsilanti got 9.2 inches and Manchester got 8.5 inches.
Not sure if this should make us feel proud or resentful, but enjoy today’s sunshine while it lasts.
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