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Detroit and the rest of southeastern Michigan have a continental climate which is influenced by the Great Lakes. Winters are cold with moderate snowfall with temperatures at night sometimes dropping below 10°F (-12°C), while summers are warm with temperatures sometimes exceeding 90°F (32°C). Average monthly precipitation ranges from about two to four inches (50 to 100 mm). Snowfall, which typically occurs from November to early April, ranges from 1 to 10 Inches (3 to 25 cm) per month. The highest recorded temperature was 105.0°F (40.5°C) on July 24, 1934, while the lowest recorded temperature was -24.0°F (-31.1°C) on December 22, 1872.





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