Winter Storm Watch issued for Southeast Michigan, heavy snow expected

Winter Storm Watch issued for Southeast Michigan, heavy snow expected

Winter Storm Watch issued for Southeast Michigan, heavy snow expected

Most of the snow is expected to fall during the daytime Wednesday, which has prompted delays and cancellations around the state.

"The Snow Futurecast shows the heavier snow totals Friday to the south (9-10" at the IN border) and lower totals to the north (2" from Fremont to the north). Heavy snow and significant reductions in visibility are possible in this area, and upgrades to warnings are possible.

There is a winter storm warning for most of New Hampshire.

A winter storm watch has been issued for Lafayette, Green, Rock, Walworth and Jefferson counties, while a winter weather advisory has been issued for most other counties, excluding our far northern areas.

This heavy snow could snarl Friday commutes in Chicago, Milwaukee and Detroit.

The snow moved in quickly midday Wednesday and will be heaviest through the evening. Some 6 to 12 inches (15 to 30 cm) of snow and a 1/4 inch (.5 cm) of ice accumulation were in the forecast, the National Weather Service said.

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The bulk of the snow will come through Thursday night and early Friday, with snow tapering off during the day Friday.

"Consider postponing non-essential travel until conditions improve". We will see a few light snow showers and scattered flurries today with clouds and winds blowing off of Lake Michigan throughout your Thursday.

This snow is still 24-36 hours away and this forecast will be fine-tuned as the storm gets closer.

Road conditions are still very messy, with piles of snow as tall as a foot on some side roads.

Later tonight is when the brunt of the storm will begin, bringing snow, ice and rain from Chicago to Louisiana.

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