Even though the snow hasn’t started falling, some cities are already declaring snow emergencies or reminding residents about their snow plowing policies.
Another round of bitter cold is moving into Michigan as parts of the state dig out from record-breaking snowfall.
Areas of metro Detroit were hit with up to eight inches of snow.
Several metro Detroit communities have declared snow emergencies, meaning people have to get their cars off the streets, or else they face the possibility of getting a ticket and/or having their cars towed.
Following a new round of snowfall Sunday night, several metro Detroit communities have declared snow emergencies.
The measure to raise the fine was approved at Monday night’s City Council meeting by a 6-to-1 vote.
Did you move your car off the street during the recent snow emergency?
Several cities are posting snow emergencies ahead of the expected onslaught of snow over the coming days.
Numerous cities in metro Detroit have have declared snow emergencies.
Ten inches of snow was reported in Dearborn, Romulus and Wyandotte. Nine inches reported in Sterling Heights, Waterford and Yale.