The National Weather Service has issued a Wind Chill Advisory, in effect until noon Friday.
“It’s so exciting and it’s kinda scary when you see it …”
Another round of bitter cold is moving into Michigan as parts of the state dig out from record-breaking snowfall.
Areas of metro Detroit were hit with up to eight inches of snow.
Several metro Detroit communities have declared snow emergencies, meaning people have to get their cars off the streets, or else they face the possibility of getting a ticket and/or having their cars towed.
What we really need is a two to three-week snow break so then maybe the salt companies could get caught up says one store manager.
The hardest-hit area will likely be the northern suburbs, forecasters say.
It’s another one for the record books.
“They definitely need to get off of the street …”
Many schools are closed for another day Wednesday as dangerously cold wind chill temperatures persist in metro Detroit.