DETROIT (CBS Detroit/AP) — Michigan is bracing for a weekend snowstorm that could bring 5 inches or more to parts of the state.

The storm across portions of the Midwest and beyond was expected to move through western and southwestern Michigan starting Friday evening, with 3-5 inches forecast along Interstate 94 by Saturday afternoon and 1-3 inches along I-96.

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Snow-covered roads and limited visibility are expected, so officials say motorists should use caution. Frigid temperatures are forecast.

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The storm moves early Saturday into the southeastern part of the state, including Detroit. The National Weather Service says 2 inches could be on the ground by Saturday morning and that much more could fall later. Higher totals are possible near the border with Ohio and Indiana.

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