Even though the snow hasn’t started falling, some cities are already declaring snow emergencies or reminding residents about their snow plowing policies.
This winter has yet to wallop the Detroit area, but that could change as what may be the first major snowstorm of the season heads toward southern Michigan.
It could southeast Michigan’s biggest snowfall so far this season.
More than 7,700 flights have already been canceled as a major winter storm hits the Philadelphia-to-Boston corridor.
DNR fire specialist Bryce Avery says the Upper Peninsula had above-average snowfall and, in the spring, snow stayed on the ground longer than usual as temperatures were below average.
Utility crews from Michigan are heading toward the Northeast to be in place to assist with power outages expected from the storm.
Up to two inches of snow is expected.
Wind chills Monday night will be below zero at times.
Metro Detroit is in the midst of a deep freeze, and it doesn’t appear to be ending any time soon.
Western parts of the state near Lake Michigan could get 6 to 10 inches of snow starting Thursday …