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> Winter 2001-2002 vs Winter 2011-2012, Which one has been worse[in terms of mild/snowless]
Winter 2001-2002 vs 2011-2012
What winter was worse
Winter 2001-2002 [ 6 ] ** [37.50%]
Winter 2011-2012 [ 10 ] ** [62.50%]
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Stratocumulus
post Feb 22 2012, 10:27 AM
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Looking at the data from southeast Michigan, it looks like 2001-2002 was slightly warmer than 2011-2012. I'm not sure about snowfall, though. I suspect 2011-2012 has also been a bit more snowy than 2001-2002. I've posted the temperature figures below.

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At Detroit, 2011-2012 is on pace to be the sixth warmest winter on record, with a current average temperature of 32.7. 2001-2002 is the fourth warmest winter on record, with an average temperature of 33.8. Temperature records for Detroit date to 1874.

At Flint, 2011-2012 is on pace to be the fourth warmest on record, with an average temperature of 30.9. 2001-2002 was the second warmest on record, with an average temperature of 31.7. Temperature records for Flint date to 1921.

And at Saginaw, 2011-2012 is currently in a tie for third place with 2001-2002. The average for both years is 30.5 (although I suspect 2011-2012 will gain at least a tenth of a degree to finish in sole third place and bump 2001-2002 to fourth). Temperature records at Saginaw date to 1900.
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