While the winter storm means a weekend of work for many, others are taking advantage of the white stuff to have some fun.
A weekend storm expected to bring a half-foot or more of snow to southeast Michigan is causing problems on the roadways.
A winter storm watch will be in effect from Tuesday afternoon through late Tuesday night.
Thousands of kids are getting a long weekend after a fresh covering of snow fell on southeast Michigan Friday morning, causing nearly 700 schools to close.
Road crews in the tri-county area were summoned to their salt trucks and snow plows Friday morning after a passing storm dumped a few inches of snow in metro Detroit.
Following reports that a dog nearly froze to death after being left outside during a night when temperatures were below freezing, PETA is offering tips for safeguarding animals during winter weather.
Authorities are investigating the separate deaths of two elderly Oakland County residents who suffered from dementia and were found outside.
Salt trucks and plows have been busy clearing the roadways of snow and ice since Sunday evening, but drivers are still being cautioned to give themselves extra time. And, check the School Closings list before sending the kids out the door.
It was a rough morning for Royal Oak firefighters battling not only a house fire but also zero-degree temperatures.
Conditions are much worse to the north as a section of northbound I-75, near Bay City is closed due to white out conditions.