Thursday forecast: Snow coming to an end

Well, the snow is finally, slowly, coming to an end.  By Thursday afternoon (say, after 1PM) we will see the majority of the snow move east and we will deal with mainly cloudy skies and just a few flurries.  Let's recap some snowfall totals.

  • Lapeer 13.7"
  • Holly 12.0"
  • Wixom 12.0"
  • Grand Blanc 11.0"
  • Midland 10.5"
  • Ann Arbor 9.6"
  • Plymouth 9.0"
  • Northville 8.0"
  • Romeo 8.0"
  • West Bloomfield 6.0"
  • Farmington Hills 6.0"
  • Adrian 5.0"
  • Port Austin 3.8"
  • Tecumseh 3.5"
  • Wyandotte 3.2"
  • Richmond 3.0"
  • Algonac 2.0"
  • Roseville 1.5"

Heading into tonight, we will be cloudy, windy and colder, with an overnight low in the teens.  The wind will be gusting to about 30 mph and the wind chill will be in single digits.  The roads will likely ice over as the temps drop, so be very careful.

A warm up is expected this weekend.

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