Several cities are posting snow emergencies ahead of the expected onslaught of snow over the coming days.
The death toll in Michigan from last weekend’s ice storm has risen to at least seven, and tens of thousands are still without power.
While the winter storm means a weekend of work for many, others are taking advantage of the white stuff to have some fun.
A weekend storm expected to bring a half-foot or more of snow to southeast Michigan is causing problems on the roadways.
It’s looking like a white Christmas is pretty much a sure thing in parts of northern Michigan, where a Winter Storm Warning takes effect Thursday morning.
When the heavy snow hits this winter, there will be more plows on the streets of Oakland County.
Road crews in Wayne, Oakland and Macomb Counties are ready to tackle what ever mother nature throws at them and they’re ready to test out a new system for sharing video and global positioning of their fleet.
WWJ-TV Chief Meteorologist Jim Madaus said the storm could bring up to about 6 inches of snow to parts of southeast Michigan by Friday afternoon.
Local DTE crews are sent to the East Coast to help restore power to the over million people who lost it during the weekend’s snow storm.
Mike Rodgers, the man who was in charge of Wayne County Roads Division during the storm that hit Detroit over the weekend, was terminated Tuesday.