With a rain in the forecast, warmer temperatures melting the snow, officials in Lansing and in Detroit are warning Michiganders.
The latest snowfall has made this the third snowiest winter in history.
Meade says rain will add to the weight of snow, prompting concerns about possible roof collapses.
If you have questions about whether your city is under a snow emergency, you can go online to the City Hall office in your town or call your local police department’s non-emergency number.
In Wayne County, the Department of Public Services has issued a full-staff call-in, meaning all 95 salt trucks are out on the roads.
Looking brave and (mostly) fearless, hundreds took a quick dip in some pretty chilly water, all in the name of a good cause.
After the weather eases, state and local governments will be left with steep repair bills that could affect their budgets for months to come.
It’s yet another reason to dislike the cold if you don’t already.
The snow plows and salt trucks are out clearing the roads in metro Detroit after snow Saturday night and Sunday morning.
If you’re wishing for some relief to the dangerously cold temperatures metro Detroit has been experiencing for what feels like months now — forecasters are warning you shouldn’t hold your breath.