The snowstorm that caught the southeast corner of Michigan has left as much as 14 inches along the Lake Huron shoreline and as much as 8.8 inches farther inland.
Some 14 inches of snow fell near the St. Clair County community of Lakeport on Lake Huron and the Port Huron area saw 11.1 inches of snow.

Operations were returning to normal Thursday at Detroit Metropolitan Airport, where at least 340 flights were halted or delayed an hour or more Wednesday.

Midday conditions are clear to cloudy around the state, with temperatures ranging from the upper teens to low 30s.

Snow totals around town:

Port Huron – 9.0”

Lexington – 7.0”

Lake Orion – 7.0”

Grosse Pointe Farms – 6.8”

Yale – 6.5”

Wyandotte -6.3”

Bloomfield Hills – 6.0”

Ann Arbor – 5.8”

Manchester – 5.6”

Farmington Hills – 4.6”

Dundee – 4.5”

Holly – 4.4”

Sandusky – 4.0”

Howell – 3.5”

Dearborn – 3.5”

Morenci – 3.4”

Tecumseh – 3.4” 

Snow totals from 16 Michigan counties.

As expected, most of the heavier snow bands hit the eastern part of our area.

Snowfall Dec 27

On a personal note, I have to say that I don’t recall seeing a snowstorm like this affect us the way it did in my entire 30-year career here at Local 4.