HONOR, Mich (WWJ/AP) — More than a foot of fresh snow has fallen on parts of Michigan as forecasters offer warnings amid bitterly-cold temperatures across the state.

The National Weather Service says Monday morning the heaviest snow was in northern Michigan and along Lake Michigan, with 16 inches reported over a 24-hour period starting Sunday in the Benzie County community of Honor. About 11 inches fell near Suttons Bay.

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The weather service says Traverse City saw about 10 inches. Along western Michigan, the community of Scottville received 9.8 inches, the Holland area had 8 inches and the Muskegon area had 6 inches.

Temperatures were below zero in parts of the Upper Peninsula. Winds made it feel colder. More snow is forecast for Monday, including up to 3 more inches along parts of Lake Michigan.

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