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Environment & Science
Tue December 25, 2012
More snow coming to Michigan
TROY, Mich. (AP) - Northern Michigan has had its first big snowstorm of the season, and the South is awaiting its introduction to winter this week.
Most Michiganians awoke to a white Christmas after a moderate snowfall on Christmas Eve made travel risky and caused dozens of spinout accidents around the state.
The Upper Peninsula and northern Lower Peninsula got up to 20 inches of snow in a storm that hit last Thursday, and the weather service says a storm expected to push across southeastern Michigan will bring four to seven inches on Wednesday and Thursday.
Light snow was falling Tuesday afternoon in scattered parts of northern Michigan, with statewide temperatures ranging from nine at Ironwood to 34 at Troy and Ypsilanti.