ST. CLAIR (WWJ/AP) – Two dozen people moved to the right and then to the left, hoping a little dance outside a bar in Michigan’s Thumb might bring much-needed snow for a weekend festival.
St. Clair, a small town south of Port Huron, is holding the annual Winter White Out festival. Like much of eastern Michigan, it lacks snow. So a group of people gathered outside LaCroix’s Riverside Pub on Wednesday night in a desperate attempt to stimulate the clouds.
The Port Huron Times Herald says flurries actually did fall, but St. Clair needs much more. One of the events is a snowman contest.
On Thursday, forecasters were calling for a wintry mix to hit some areas of Michigan, mostly south of Detoit near the Ohio border. As for the weekend, there’s a chance of a little snow or flurries Saturday and Sunday.
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