Michigan is seeing it all, with temperatures nearing 70 in the south and a blizzard dumping up to eight inches of snow in the north, forcing a halt in bus service across the Upper Peninsula.
The National Weather Service predicts a 30-degree temperature in parts of the Lower Peninsula, where Wednesday's highs reached 68 at Pontiac, 65 at Lambertville near Lansing and 64 in the Detroit suburb of Troy.
Indian Trails says it canceled all upper Michigan bus service Wednesday night. WSGW-AM says the company cites safety concerns. By 6 p.m., eight inches of new snow was on the ground in Menominee County and seven inches in Schoolcraft County.
The Lake Michigan shoreline of the Lower Peninsula is in line for up to five inches of snow by Thursday.