By Edward Cardenas

SOUTHFIELD (CBS Detroit) – It’s not just been cold in Michigan, it’s been record cold.

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The National Weather Service reported Monday that records were broken across the state this weekend due to the cold.

Detroit’s low temperature of -9 Monday morning tied the record low set in 1904.

Records were set throughout the weekend in Flint with lows reaching -17 Sunday, and -21 Monday morning. Sunday’s high temperature of 2 in Flint was also record.

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In Grand Rapids, a record low of 8 below was reported Sunday morning breaking the old record, 7 below, in 1963 and 1904. Saginaw had a record low of -13 Sunday, and the 2 degree high temperature was also the lowest high temperature recorded since the 8 degrees in 1920.

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The National Weather Service says the lowest reading reported early Monday was 25 below zero in the Tuscola County community of Caro.

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