How Deep Is the Frost Line in Michigan?


The frost line is the depth at which the water in the soil is expected to freeze. The frost line in Michigan is 42 inches. Most of the frost lines for the states are around 4 feet deep.
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42 inches.
The frost line in Michigan is 42 inches. Even though on the lakeshore, it's sandy
2 inches I think. I live in south Jackson!
Since the average winter temperature in Worcestershire is only 8 C the ground does not freeze at all. In sever winters it gets to -7 C but only for short periods and thus the frost
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