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.
In case you haven’t noticed, Michigan has had quite the snowy winter so far.
Back-to-back snowstorms that dumped nearly two feet of snow on Oakland County in recent weeks created a monster cleanup tab.
It’s so cold in the D. Really, really, really cold.
Those without transportation in Detroit are dealing with yet another obstacle as frigid temperatures have forced officials to shut down the People Mover on Tuesday.
For stores that sell cold weather and ski gear — it’s been tough to keep up with the demand after a multiday storm dumped about a foot of snow across metro Detroit.
A group of volunteers who spend their summers mowing overgrown lots in Detroit are looking to make an impact during the upcoming winter storm.
First comes more snow to Michigan, then the freeze. Well, a deeper freeze.
Driving conditions are continuing to improve Thursday, thanks to the various crews around the tri-county area that have been clearing snow and ice from the roads.