It’s hard to believe but after temperatures in the 70s on Tuesday, metro Detroit is waking up to a fresh coating of snow.
The state of Michigan has partially activated the State Emergency Operations Center due to the severe weather and flooding occurring throughout Michigan’s Lower Peninsula.
“We are going to be watching it through the night … and if it requires salting we will be out there salting,” said a spokesperson for the Wayne County Road Commission.
After a warm spring weekend, could you stand more snow?
This is the season for severe weather and that’s what the northern portions of Oakland, Macomb and St. Clair Counties experienced overnight.
Trained spotters for the National Weather Service report a 65 miles per hour wind gust around 7:30 p.m. near Holly.
Outages were scattered across the area, Thursday, with wind gusts reaching 45 miles per hour.
After that ridiculous winter, how does sunny and 67 degrees sound?
The Michigan Farm Bureau says the late thaw is finally allowing fruit farmers to assess damage from the cold and heavy snow.
Another round of frigid temperatures is following a storm that dumped more than 9 inches of snow on parts of southern Michigan.