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Camp Crawford

Milan, MI,
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Geography of Monroe County, MI

According to the 2000 census, the county has a total area of 680.03 square miles , of which 551.10 square miles is land and 128.93 square miles is water. Monroe is Michigan’s only county on Lake Erie . The River Raisin and Sandy Creek flow through the county. Sterling State Park is the county’s only state park and the only of Michigan’s 98 state parks located on Lake Erie. The Detroit River International Wildlife Refuge extends south into Monroe County and includes part of the North Maumee Bay Archeological District . Monroe County sits at the lowest elevation in state of Michigan, which is the shores of Lake Erie at 571 feet . Adjacent counties Wayne County Washtenaw County Essex County, Ontario , Canada Lenawee County Lucas County, Ohio Washtenaw County Washtenaw County / Wayne County Wayne County Lenawee County Lake Erie ; Essex County, Ontario    Monroe County     Lucas County Lucas County Lake Erie ; Lucas County Climate Monroe County lies in the humid continental climate zone. The city of Monroe only receives an average of 28.5 inches of snow a year?—?the lowest average snowfall for any large city in the state. July is the warmest month with an average high temperature of 84 °F , and January is the coldest month with an average low temperature of 16 °F . The county does not normally have extremely hot or cold temperatures. On average, the temperature only drops below 0 °F a couple of times during a winter season, and it is even rarer for the temperature to rise above 100 °F during the summer. The coldest recorded temperature was -21 °F on February 5, 1918. The highest recorded temperature was 106 °F on July 24, 1934, with another equal temperature recorded on one occasion many years earlier. Severe weather events are very rare. Monroe County has experienced a total approximately 30 tornadoes since 1950. Infrequent waterspouts can also be seen out on Lake Erie . Many tornadoes have been a part of major outbreaks, and none have .

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