The storm of the season is in full swing, and it’s pretty random, as far as who is getting hit. Some areas of the state, such as around Detroit, are getting hit, but not as hard as predicted. Meanwhile, other areas, such as Lansing, that were supposed to be on the light end of the show are getting pummeled.
A winter storm warning is still in effect for much of the state. Counties under the winter storm warning include Genesee, Lapeer, Lenawee, Livingston, Macomb, Monroe, Oakland, Sanilac, St. Clair, Washtenaw County, Wayne, Cass, St. Joseph, Berrien, Hillsdale, Van Buren, Kalamazoo, Calhoun, Branch, Jackson, Eaton and Ingham, among others. Most of those warnings currently run until Thursday evening.
Local cities under a snow emergency include Lansing, East Lansing, Jackson, Center Line, Chesterfield Township, Fraser, New Haven, Roseville, St. Clair Shores, Sterling Heights, Dundee, Monroe, Oakland County, Auburn Hills, Berkley, Bloomfield Township, Clawson, Farmington, Farmington Hills, Ferndale, Huntington Woods, Lathrup Village, Southfield, Allen Park, Brownstown Township, Canton Township, Dearborn, Detroit, Flat Rock,
Garden City, Romulus, Southgate, Taylor, Wayne, Westland and Wyandotte, among others.
One Michigan town – Flint – also broke a snow record today. According to the NWS, they got 9 inches, which beats the previous record of 8.3 inches set in 2011.
Read on for updated snow projections and totals throughout Michigan, with information from the National Weather Service. When the storm arrives, hit up me up on social media on Facebook here and Instagram here and let me know how many inches you get.