The hard freeze followed freezing rain and snow that made driving hazardous and caused numerous crashes over the weekend that claimed five lives.
Single-digit temperatures, icy pavement and light snow greeted metro Detroit commuters on this back to work and school Monday — and much more snow is on the way.
The National Weather Service said an Arctic front was bringing cold and windy conditions across Michigan’s Lower Peninsula …
When the ball drops in Detroit at midnight, forecasters say it will feel like it’s actually 10 degrees below zero.
The National Weather Service has issued a wind advisory from 7 p.m. Wednesday through 3 a.m. Thursday for southeastern Michigan.
Metro Detroit is waking up Saturday with a fresh coating of snow on the ground, but is more heading our way?
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.