- Associated Press - Sunday, February 15, 2015

FLINT, Mich. (AP) - Lower Michigan has seen record low temperatures in at least five locations as Arctic weather grips the state.

The National Weather Service says Flint’s low of minus 12 early Sunday broke the record for the date of minus 7 from 1943.

The temperature at MBS International Airport in Saginaw County’s Tittabawassee Township reached minus 13 degrees, breaking the 1905 record for the area of minus 12. Grand Rapids set a new low of minus 8, breaking the record of minus 7 from 1904 and 1963.

The Monroe News says the temperature fell to minus 8 at Monroe’s Custer Airport, breaking the minus 7 record from 2007.

University of Michigan weather observer Dennis Kahlbaum tells The Ann Arbor News that Ann Arbor’s minus 11 reading broke 1905’s record of minus 10



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