DETROIT (WWJ) Metro Detroiters have just cleared the unexpected snowfall from the Saturday snowstorm and now we are looking at 1-2 more inches of snowfall over the next 24 hours.

There have been several reported accidents-click on here for traffic.

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Sunday Afternoon: A chance of light snow throughout the day and into early morning hours.   40% chance of snow showers. High 30 degrees-Low 18.

Monday: Expected snow-50% chance of snow showers. High 31 degrees -Low 26.

Tuesday: It gets cold again. Expected high 19 degrees – Low of 11.

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Craig Bryson, with the Oakland County Road Commission, says this storm was stronger than expected and that they will be ready for any additional accumulation on Sunday.

“It came down much harder than we expected, we had an alert that we knew that snow was coming, we had no idea that it would be near white-out, blizzard-like conditions, so it was much harder than expected,” Bryson explained.

“We had planned to be out, in fact we cleaned up a few of the remaining subdivisions, this morning , that were left over from the last snow, we expected to send people home to get some rest today, then we saw this coming – we had to turn right back around and get  right back out there,” Bryson noted.

Macomb County Road Commissioner Bob Mykytiak says he was prepared for it to snow but had no idea that it would snow this hard. “We’ve got 50 trucks out on the road right now, I’m sure that now, it looks like over here it has stopped, I would think that it will take the guys all night to clear the roads right now, and hopefully we’ll have it cleaned up by (Sunday)  morning,” Mykytiak said.

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