Ice, Snow Headed For Metro Detroit Wednesday Another wintry mix is headed our way Wednesday, forecasters say.
Gusty Winds, snow could create havoc for Michigan motoristsWinter continues to keep a tight hold on Michigan as strong winds and more snow swirl across parts of the state.
School Close Across Metro Detroit Due to Ice & SnowSchools close in Metro Detroit and across the state of Michigan as snow and icy weather hit the state.
Icy Weather Closed Schools & Causes Power Outages Across Metro DetroitSchools all across Metro Detroit are closed Wednesday due to freezing rain which leads to slippery roads and power outages.
Michigan Braces For Freezing Rain, Hazardous Roads ExpectedMost of Michigan is bracing for freezing rain that's expected to leave roads icy as Michigan's Upper Peninsula deals with lingering effects of an ice storm .
Spring-Like Weather In Michigan Days After Bitter Cold SnapWe survived the sub-zero temperatures that descended on the region this week.
The Polar Vortex Impact, By The NumbersHere’s a look at this week’s snowstorm and the effect on the United States, by the numbers.
Wayne State University To Close Due To Extreme WeatherWayne State University will close Monday at 1:30 p.m. due to severe weather conditions, the school announced Monday afternoon.
State Of Michigan Offices Closed Due To Extreme WeatherExtreme cold and heavy snow has led to the closure of Michigan's state government, including the Capitol building, secretary of state and legislative offices.
Cold Temps Across the Midwest Reminds of 2014 ‘Polar Vortex,' Worst Still To ComeWith temps expected to dip into negative numbers next week across Metro Detroit and around the Midwest, every is reminded of the 2014 polar vortex.
Ice Shuts Down Detroit Metro AirportIce prompted officials to shut down Detroit's main airport as slippery conditions from freezing rain left some Michigan roadways treacherous and shut down some schools.
Metro Detroit Braces For Weekend Snow; Caution Urged On RoadsMichigan is bracing for a weekend snowstorm that could bring 5 inches or more to parts of the state.