11 inches snow north, south to south

Winter weather, including ice warnings and up to 11 inches in some areas of Northern North, headquarters in Michigan.

"The winter storm will have an impact on SE Michigan tonight on likely Tuesday, due to snow roads and ice and snow flowing and as a result of visibility cuts," the National Weather Service tweeted. "Power liquids and tree damage can lead to higher ice accumulation."

The wintry mix will remain over the Great Lakes at least until Wednesday, the weather service said.

An ice storm warning is in force from 1 a.m. until noon for the counties of Lenawee and Monroe, including Adrian and Monroe.

In the southeast of Meath Michigan, including Wayne, Macomb, Oakland Washtenaw, Shiawassee, Genesee and Lapeer, winter weather consultants have effect from 1 a.m. Tuesday to 3 p.m. Wednesday.

Starting in the morning of Tuesday and continuing on Wednesday, Wednesday, the Great Lakes region will see a combination of snow, extracts, ice and high wind, flooding and limited visibility, the National Weather Service said.

In Metro Detroit, this will mean 3-6 inches of snow accumulation by 3 p.m. Wednesday with some ice accumulation as well. The storm will be between noon and 6 a.m. Tuesday. Wind wings of 30-40 mph are expected.

It is hoped that the areas north of M-59 will see more snow, and that southern areas can expect more rainfall, the weather service said.

"Travel will be difficult because snow roads will be covered or heated," he said. "The snow rows may reduce visibility of significant significance."

It is hoped that the hazardous conditions will affect the benefit of Tuesday and Wednesday morning.

In Metro Detroit, an allowance will be available in the evening late on Tuesday afternoon early in the afternoon of Tuesday, when temperatures are in the middle of the 30s to about 40 before the 20 th lower Tuesday, the weather service said.

Screening snow squares will affect and visually late Tuesday, Wednesday. Pampreen said the area will fall off Wednesdays and most of the day on Thursday, but another system will move into the region and snow.

Gale warnings apply throughout the Great Lakes East through Wednesday, including the Thumb place, where a 13-foot crew waves could be made. The biggest risk will be at noon on Tuesday, the weather service forecast reflects.

At Mackinac Bridge, the waves could reach up to 20 feet.

The Traverse City area and other parts of the Northern Lower Peninsula such as Houghton and West Branch 6-9 inches of snow can expect to see some local spots up to 11 inches. Areas such as Mount Pleasant could be between 5-8 inches.

In the Upper Peninsula, residents can expect between 8-12 inches accumulation in the east and 4-8 in the west.

On the western side of the state, cities like Lansing and Jackson 2-4 inches can accumulate between Monday and Morning on Wednesday. Grand Rapids can expect 4-6 inches with 35 crew wings.

Gov. Gretchen Whitmer has already confirmed an emergency situation in Grand Rapids over the weekend after tackling the area with power mass effects starting late last week.

Whitmer said that the Grand Rapids resource declaration has already received from state agencies, as the state police Emergency Management Division. Reduce ice and fierce wind last week in western Michigan power lines and limbs.

By Monday, Consumer Energy reported only a few customers without power. Last week, there were more than 230,000 customers in the west of Michigan in the dark after the winter storms last week.

As of February 10, Detroit's average monthly temperature 30.4 had a total snow of four tenths. The average monthly temperature for Detroit is 35.2 in February. It's about 10.4 inches in December in February.

Extended Forecast for Metro Detroit

Wednesday: Cloudy; high 31, low 25 A

Thursday: Mostly cloudy; high 38, low 30

Friday: Cloudy; high 37, low 22

Saturday: Mostly Mostly; high 28, low 15

Sunday: Mostly Mostly; high 26

Source: National Weather Service

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