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Mon January 6, 2014
Schools and offices closed with more snow and frigid temperatures today
Snow has covered the state.
Up to 16 inches of snow was on the ground in Flint last night.
Even more snow is expected today in addition to extreme wind chills.
The wind chill could drop to 15 below to 30 degrees below zero today.
On top of that, more snow is in the forecast today for the region.
In West Michigan, 6 to 8 inches of snow could fall by tomorrow morning.
Classes have been canceled at Michigan State University, Western Michigan University, Eastern Michigan University and Wayne State University.
Hundreds of schools and many state offices are closed today.
Gov. Rick Snyder announced that he has partially activated Michigan's Emergency Operations Center in response to the weather.
Key personnel from various state agencies will report to the center to assist communities .