It’s hard to believe but after temperatures in the 70s on Tuesday, metro Detroit is waking up to a fresh coating of snow.
“We are going to be watching it through the night … and if it requires salting we will be out there salting,” said a spokesperson for the Wayne County Road Commission.
After a warm spring weekend, could you stand more snow?
A traditional burning of a snowman ceremony at an Upper Peninsula university has been postponed because of a snowstorm.
Wednesday’s snow brings Metro Detroit even closer to its all-time record.
“Too many runs, too many problems, too many headaches, equipment problems.”
A Winter Storm Warning is in effect until 3 p.m. Wednesday, and we could see up to 8 inches of snow.
Metro Detroit can’t seem to break free from winter’s ruthless grip.
Areas south of Detroit are expected to see the worst of it, beginning Tuesday night.
The trooper was in his vehicle and was not hurt, but his car has some moderate damage.