ROMULUS, Mich. (AP) - Michigan is facing bitterly cold temperatures and slippery roads following a multi-day storm that dropped up to about a foot of snow on parts of the state.
Temperatures are in the single-digits across much of Michigan on Friday morning, with readings of 2 degrees below zero at Detroit Metropolitan Airport in Romulus, 15 degrees below in Marshall and 18 degrees below in Alpena.
A wind chill advisory is in effect. More snow is expected late Saturday and Sunday. And colder weather is forecast for Monday.
The National Weather Service reports that the storm Tuesday through Thursday left 11.6 inches of snow in Wyandotte, 11.1 inches in Romulus, 9.8 inches in Monroe County and 9 inches near Ann Arbor. At least 10 inches of snow fell in Allegan in southwestern Michigan.
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