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Just days after temperatures in the sixties, Michigan saw one of its worst blizzards ever. The 2-day storm that began on this day in 1967, paralyzed parts of Michigan with reports of up to thirty inches of snow. On the anniversary eleven years later, the Blizzard of ’67 would be ecliped by the Blizzard of ’79, which featured 60 MPH wind gusts and dumped three feet of snow, killing 20 people and stranding 125,000 vehicles on Michigan roads.

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