About 4 inches were expected to fall over the course of a weather system that moved across the eastern U.S. on Monday and Tuesday.
The snow-rain mix brought about four inches of snow. The quantity may not be overwhelming, but slick conditions around the morning mean careful driving is recommended on the way to work.
Counties further up in the thumb will be under an advisory note until 4 p.m. Tuesday.
Snow is expected to fall throughout the morning before tapering off around the early afternoon. Detroit could expect less than an inch of snow still to fall.
A fresh blanket of snow fell over Metro Detroit Monday night and Tuesday morning. (Photo Credit: Jack Nissen)
All that snow may even manage to stick around for the majority of the day as cold temperatures will persist around the low-30s through 4 p.m.