Here are Monday’s snow totals from cities around Southeast Michigan

Here are snow totals from the National Weather Service for select areas from Monday, April 18, 2022

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DETROIT – Where can you find snow totals for this week’s spring snowstorm in Southeastern Michigan? Right here!

Here are snow totals from the National Weather Service for select areas from Monday, April 18, 2022:

Bad Axe -- 1.5 inches (9 p.m. Monday)

Canton -- 1.6 inches (9 p.m. Monday)

Clarkston -- 1.5 inches (9 p.m. Monday)

Garden City -- 2.0 inches (9 p.m. Monday)

Grand Blanc -- 2.3 inches (9 p.m. Monday)

Highland Township -- 2.5 inches (9 p.m. Monday)

Howell -- 2.3 inches (9 p.m. Monday)

Lake Orion -- 3.3 inches (9 p.m. Monday)

Lapeer -- 3.0 inches (9 p.m. Monday)

Lexington -- 3.5 inches (9 p.m. Monday)

Manchester -- 1.9 inches (9 p.m. Monday)

Monroe -- 1.5 inches (9 p.m. Monday)

New Haven -- 1.9 inches (9 p.m. Monday)

North Branch -- 2.9 inches (9 p.m. Monday)

Pontiac -- 2.0 inches (9 p.m. Monday)

Port Huron -- 3.4 inches (9 p.m. Monday)

Rochester Hills -- 2.0 inches (9 p.m. Monday)

Romulus -- 2.3 inches (9 p.m. Monday)

Sandusky -- 3.0 inches (9 p.m. Monday)

Shelby Township -- 2.0 inches (9 p.m. Monday)

Troy -- 2.0 inches (9 p.m. Monday)

West Bloomfield -- 3.0 inches (9 p.m. Monday)

White Lake -- 2.2 inches (9 p.m. Monday)

Wyandotte -- 2.4 inches (9 p.m. Monday)


E = East

N = North

NE = Northeast

NNW = North Northwest

NW = Northwest

S = South

SE = Southeast

SW = Southwest

W = West

WSW = West Southwest


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About the Authors:

Brandon Carr is a digital content producer for ClickOnDetroit and has been with WDIV Local 4 since November 2021. Brandon is the 2015 Solomon Kinloch Humanitarian award recipient for Community Service.