Southeast Michigan is looking at a good chance of a white Christmas in 2020 with a snowstorm forming on the west coast early next week and pushing in on Christmas Eve.
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Winter weather will arrive soon in Michigan and, while we may ease into the season, expect more snow than average this year.
Over 8 inches of snow fell Sunday in Marquette and nearly 20 inches of snow has fallen in October, breaking two records.
Several weather systems will spread snow from the Northern Rockies through the Northern Plains and Upper Midwest this week.
The periodical is predicting “cold and snowy conditions in the north, drought in the west, and everything crazy in between.”
A line of heavy showers and strong/severe thunderstorms is possible Friday night into Saturday, bringing damaging winds over 60 mph
After temperatures dipped below freezing on Wednesday, days of persistent strong winds and heavy waves blew the water from Lake Erie ashore, encasing several homes in Hamburg, New York in ice.
A Newfoundland woman was left with a car full of snow on January 18 after she accidentally left the passenger side window of her vehicle open during a record-breaking snowstorm the night before.
Local businesses in downtown Detroit and Campus Martius were thriving during winter's mild weather spurt.
With six days to go before Christmas, any hopes of a White Christmas for the Detroit area are long gone.
Winter conditions over the weekend triggered deadly crashes in the Central Plains and Midwest, while a storm was set to bring more snow and freezing rain into the Northeast.
The Spartans and Wolverines face off on the football field this Saturday and you can watch it, here on FOX 2 at noon.
Record-breaking snow totals are being followed by record-breaking cold temperatures.
Hopefully, your fall pickup is done because the first significant snow of the season is knocking on our front door with an expected four to six inches of snow expected to be on the ground by the time this system is done.
Winter 2019-20 will be memorable maybe not for the cold temps - but for the snow. We could be in for a huge amount of snow this winter.
Halloween is here and unfortunately, it's going to be a very wet, cold, and even a bit snowy All Hallows Eve in the Detroit area.
A heavy, fall snow storm will be passing over the Northern Rockies and Plains in the next few days, and the National Weather Service is warning that some regions may experience blizzard conditions and potentially historic October snowfall, likely causing travel disruptions, power outages and impacts to cattle and agriculture throughout the region.