Back-to-back snowstorms that dumped nearly two feet of snow on Oakland County in recent weeks created a monster cleanup tab.
The frozen body of a Detroit woman missing for three days was discovered in the driveway of a vacant home.
Detroit police have another mysterious death to investigate after a woman’s partially clothed body was found hidden underneath the snow.
Cold weather is lingering in metro Detroit, with freezing rain and snow in the forecast that could cause more problems.
Major problem areas include freeway ramps and bridge underpasses, both of which have been described as “sheets of ice.”
Snowflakes need a tiny speck of dust to form. But how does that happen in the pristine air of the Arctic? Researchers at Michigan Technological University in the snowy Upper Peninsula may have the answer.
It’s so cold in the D. Really, really, really cold.
MSP is asking drivers to use extreme caution … and to be aware that surfaces that appear to have been cleared are icing up now that temperatures have fallen.
How much snow did you get in your neighborhood? Here’s a look at some snowfall totals from across the area.
Did you get enough snow over the weekend? Was digging out of your driveway so fun that you wish you could do it again?