Michigan's Upper Peninsula hit by late winter storm, with up to 2 feet forecast in places
Snow is to continue Tuesday, Wednesday and into Thursday
A late winter storm is dumping snow on Michigan's Upper Peninsula, with up to 2 feet forecast in places.
The National Weather Service says Tuesday morning that the Upper Peninsula community of Menominee got 5 inches over a six-hour period Monday.
Snow is to continue Tuesday, Wednesday and into Thursday, with 10 to 24 inches expected near Houghton, Ironwood, Baraga and the Porcupine Mountains. The weather service says 8 to 18 inches is forecast in the Munising area by Thursday morning.
Heavy lake-effect snow is expected along Lake Superior. Occasional white-out conditions are forecast Tuesday and Wednesday.
In parts of the northern Lower Peninsula, 6 to 9 inches of snow is forecast by Thursday morning. Some areas could see more than a foot.
Southern Michigan mostly will miss the snow.
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