DETROIT (WWJ) – Snow plows and snow blowers are working overtime as Old Man Winter dumps 8-10 inches of snow on Metro Detroit.
We’re getting some snow totals as a Winter Storm Warning remained in effect until shortly after 6 a.m. Monday morning before it was cancelled.
Ten inches of snow were reported in Dearborn, Livonia, Orchard Lake, Romulus, Wyandotte and Flint. Nine inches fell in Sterling Heights, White Lake, Waterford and Yale. A total of eight inches was reported in Ferndale, Garden City, Linden, Milford, Novi, Shelby Township, West Bloomfield, and Ypsilanti, seven inches in Whitmore Lake, six inches in Lincoln Park and five inches in Manchester in Washtenaw County.
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As a result of all of that snow, the following communities have announced snow emergencies:
St. Clair (in St Clair County)
A snow emergency means you cannot park your vehicles on city streets until the snow has been removed.
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Roads were snow-covered and slick. A number of spinout accidents were reported. WWJ’s Traffic reporter John Bailey reports several semi-trucks had problems moving up freeway exit ramps because of slick roads.
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While many schools were off for mid-Winter break, those that did have school cancelled classes. A number of colleges and universities including Eastern Michigan University, Wayne State and University of Michigan-Dearborn also cancelled classes.
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