Freeways slushy and wet during morning commute. Surface streets snow-covered. Another Winter Storm predicted for Thursday night, Friday morning.
More than 80-thousand homes and businesses were without power in Southern Michigan because of the snow and ice storm that pounded the state.
Winter Storm Watch from noon Sunday until 7 a.m. Monday. One to three inches of snow possible along with sleet and ice.
Auto plants that were closed by the big snowstorm are starting to reopen, for the most part.
The Oakwood-Annapolis Health System is taking steps to ensure that patient care doesn’t suffer as a result of the snow storm.
Being prepared for weather emergencies can make a situation tolerable, rather than hazardous or deadly.
A local hotel is offering reduced rates this week at two of its locations, so people don’t have to drive long distances in case of the expected big snow.
Metro Detroit stores and repairs shops are getting ready for the big snow.
This system is being called the Groundhog Day storm, as it will likely severely impact ground travel, and lead to canceled flights, school delays and closures.
The front end loaders and gravel haulers have created a huge pile of salt at Angelo’s Supplies at Eight Mile Road near Middlebelt in Farmington HIlls.