Michigan's Upper Peninsula in path of winter storm, with more than foot forecast in places
National Weather Service says storm is expected to move across the area starting Monday night, with 3 to 6 inches possible
A Midwest storm is expected to bring snow to Michigan, with more than a foot forecast for parts of the Upper Peninsula.
The National Weather Service says the storm is expected to move across the area starting Monday night, with 3 to 6 inches possible. Snow is to continue Tuesday and Wednesday, with an additional 6 to 20 inches expected during that time near Houghton, Baraga and the Porcupine Mountains.
Heavy lake-effect snow is expected along Lake Superior. Occasional white-out conditions are forecast Tuesday and Wednesday.
In the western side of Michigan's Lower Peninsula, rain changing to snow is expected to bring 1 to 2 inches of snow. Additional snow is expected Tuesday. On the eastern side of the Lower Peninsula, including the Detroit area, some snow also is possible.
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