About 1.5 million state residents are projected to travel at least 50 miles between Wednesday and Sunday – a 4 percent increase over 2013 – AAA Michigan said.
For those planning to hit the road , Cindy Dingell with the Wayne County Department of Public Services Roads Division says the department is looking out for drivers.
Spin-out crashes were reported on nearly every freeway Thursday morning in the Detroit area.
Police in Battle Creek say the pickup’s driver was unable to stop and collided with the bus outside Verona Elementary School about 8:15 a.m. Wednesday.
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.
Michigan State Police handled more than 100 accidents in just a two hour stretch on Wednesday.
It’s going to be a very cold few days in metro Detroit.
Portions of southeastern Michigan could see up to 2 inches.
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.