Ann Arbor seems to have been hit hardest by the first major snow storm of the 2016-17 winter.
The latest snow report says the city received 10 inches of snow, the most reported in southeastern Michigan, though not by much. White Lake reported 9.8 inches, Waterford 9 inches, Peck 9.4 inches and Farmington Hills with 8 inches.
Local 4Caster Paul Gross reported the totals:
New snow reports: Ann Arbor 10", White Lake 9.8", Waterford 9", Peck 8.4", Farm Hills 8.0", Garden City 7.8", Livonia 6.8", Columbus 6.5".— Paul Gross (@PGLocal4) December 12, 2016
Local 4Caster Andrew Humphrey measured 8 inches of snow at WDIV's office in Detroit at 9:30 p.m. EST.
Here's a look at snowfall totals from the National Weather Service at around 9:30 p.m. on Sunday:
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