Some snow coming to Michigan Wednesday, not a major event

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The National Weather Service has issued a Winter Weather Advisory until 5 p.m. Wednesday for all areas north of Wayne and Washtenaw Counties.

The snow began late Tuesday night. Snow rates will likely peak between 5 and 10 a.m. Following that will be periods of light to moderate snow that won't end until around 4 p.m. 

How much are we talking? Depends on your location, as usual.

Areas around Pontiac and north could see anywhere between 2 and 5 inches before the storm wraps up in the evening. As you get closer to downtown Detroit you are looking at simply 1 to 3 inches and spots south of Ann Arbor may get less than an inch.

Weather models are not pegging this as one of our major winter storms, but that being said, sometimes it doesn't take much to start to see that snow piling up. As of now, plan on seeing more the farther north you travel and less when you head south.

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