Detroit has a continental climate with warm, humid summers and notoriously cold winters with one of the highest snowfalls of any major city in the US. Mid-summer average temperatures can rise as high as 83°F (28°C), while in the coldest month, January, usually dips well below freezing point. Rainfall is spread fairly evenly throughout the year with a few inches being recorded each month. Snow usually falls between November and April.
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