Winter storm watch applied to SE Michigan on Tuesday


Weather forecast for Monday, February 11, 2019
Detroit Free Press

The rain, snow and ice-slip will continue to destroy the southeast of Michigan this week, asking the National Weather Service to issue a winter storm watch, an effective midnight on Tuesday to 7 a.m. Wednesday.

According to the release of news issued by NWS, the snow accumulation of 1 to 3 inches south of the M-59 corridor and predicted between M-59 and I-69 of 2 to 4 inches is expected to come. It is hoped that an ice accumulation of three thirty thirty inches will occur between I-94 and M-59.

Some areas may experience up to 30 thousand hours, which create snow areas and conditions near white at times, according to the NWS.

"Travel conditions are very hazardous, especially for Tuesday morning records. It will be capable of a detached power," said the release.

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Hazardous weather perception warned residents of the second snow round to fall on Thursday.

Michael Shaw was the United States Police 1st Lt. Michael Shaw to provide how many accidents took place over Sunday on Monday, but said the Detroit metro region reported some spin-outs midnight due to the speed.

"We're letting people know it," said Shaw.

Shaw said that the state couples, whose patrol vehicles were near I -75 and the Freeway Lodge, had not been severely injured. He said that one person, who twice met, was released from a hospital and is not expected to return to a few days. The other trophy was not in the vehicle at the time of the accident.

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