The National Weather Service said Wednesday that 20.4 inches of snow fell in Ottawa County near Allendale and 17.2 inches fell in East Grand Rapids.
While most of us can warm up in a home during these frigid temperatures, for the homeless it can be a different story.
Icy roads and gusty winds have been causing dangerous driving conditions in parts of Michigan as the state braces for another round of lake-effect snow.
Will this help encourage drivers not to “crowd the plow”?
The cold, snowy weather has arrived in metro Detroit more than a month before the first official day of winter, Dec. 21.
As the snow deepens Up North, a little bit of the white stuff is in the forecast for metro Detroit, too.
Remember that pesky Polar Vortex? It’s coming back — soon.
The weather truly might be frightful on Halloween this year in metro Detroit.
With temperatures in the 80s, who’s thinking about winter road salt? Road agencies are – and they’re seeing higher prices.
It’s hard to believe but after temperatures in the 70s on Tuesday, metro Detroit is waking up to a fresh coating of snow.