(CBS DETROIT) – Detroit made it to a new record Monday, Nov. 11 with 8.5 inches of snow.

The previous record was in 1984 with 4.1 inches of snowfall.

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A new record was also broken Nov. 12 with the lowest high temperature. The old one stood at 31 degrees in 1995.

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Watch CBS 62 tonight at 11 p.m. with Chief Forecaster Karen Carter for your complete First Forecast.

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