Winter Weather Advisory
It’s going to be a very cold few days in metro Detroit.
Icy roads and gusty winds have been causing dangerous driving conditions in parts of Michigan as the state braces for another round of lake-effect snow.
Forecasters said six to 10 inches of snow would fall on metro Detroit, and many cities got just that.
Most of Metro Detroit is expected to get at least half-a-foot of snow by Thursday morning.
Forecasters say metro Detroit could see one to two inches of accumulation by morning.
Southeast Michigan school administrators have their eyes on the skies as a winter storm continues to move across the state.
The National Weather Service has issued a winter weather advisory for southern Michigan, in effect at 3 p.m.
It may be a slippery and sloppy rush hour Monday morning as light snow before sunrise is expected to steadily increase to an accumulation of perhaps 2 to 3 inches.
Metro Detroiters are making the best of the region’s first big snowstorm of the season, which peaked during the evening rush hour, causing widespread traffic accidents while interrupting hundreds of flights at the state’s largest airport.
Winter Weather Advisory posted until Thursday morning. Spinout accidents reported across Metro Detroit as a result of snow covered and slippery roads.