More than 100 schools are closed Wednesday, many due to unsafe walking conditions because of the snow.
Metro Detroiters should expect at least a couple more inches on top of what’s already there.
Even though the snow hasn’t started falling, some cities are already declaring snow emergencies or reminding residents about their snow plowing policies.
This winter has yet to wallop the Detroit area, but that could change as what may be the first major snowstorm of the season heads toward southern Michigan.
Now that winter storm Juno has come and gone. we can once again focus on the things that matter in life – like the Super Bowl.
Thousands of students across metro Detroit have the day off Thursday because of bitterly cold weather.
Temperatures will barely break into the teens and arctic winds will make it feel even colder.
Metro Detroit is getting a taste of snow in the midst of a deep freeze — and winter’s grip doesn’t appear to be letting up any time soon.
The National Weather Service has issued a Winter Weather Advisory, now in effect until noon Saturday.
When the ball drops in Detroit at midnight, forecasters say it will feel like it’s actually 10 degrees below zero.