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Snow removal, coldest June day, and tornado damage top the list of Michigan weather events on this day in history. From the National Weather Service archives here events that happened on June 2.

1891 - The wood scow-schooner Mayflower, while carrying stone, was bound Portage Entry for Duluth in tow of the tug Cora A. Sheldon when she capsized after her deck cargo shifted and sank near La Pointe, WI on the south end of Madeline Island, Apostle Islands group in Lake Superior in a northwest gale. 3 of the crew were saved by the tug. One person perished out of 4 on board.

1907 - The latest 70 high in Marquette ever for the year occurred, continuing a cold spring on record.