SOUTHFIELD (WWJ) – Although most of the major streets and freeways were pretty well plowed Monday morning, the side streets and many subdivision streets remained a snowy mess.

Westland resident 83-year-old Julia Willis, who lives on Julius just off of Middlebelt, said her street hadn’t been touched.

That had her very concerned because her husband, also 83, needs to get to his dialysis appointment.

“We’re in a pickle here,” she told WWJ Newsradio 950.

Willis said someone has been kind enough to shovel her driveway and she was hoping her street would be cleared soon.

“When and if the city would come in here … we could get one of those plows to clear the street out so we can get outta here,” she said.

How much snow did you get in your neighborhood? Following is a look at some snowfall totals from across the area, as of Monday morning (48 hour totals)

Clarkston – 15 inches
Dearborn – 8 inches
Dexter – 12 inches
Farmington Hills – 13 inches
Ferndale – 7 inches
Flint – 16.2 inches
Garden City – 9.4 inches
Holly – 13.8 inches
Howell – 16 inches
Lake Orion – 13 inches
Livonia – 8 inches
Utica – 10 inches
Waterford – 13.5 inches
Wyandotte – 7.5 inches

Areas near Lansing, Kalamazoo and Marshall are reporting as much as 17 inches of snow.

Another couple of inches of snow is expected to fall in Southeast Michigan over the next two days.

Know before you go: Keep it tuned to WWJ Newsradio 950 for traffic and weather, every 10 minutes on the 8s. See the live, local radar now at this link.

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