National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration

Some areas could see up to 10 inches of snow.

Jess McHugh
January 29, 2018

Winter Storm Kalani has already brought snow to a wide band of Michigan and is set to continue moving across the southeast part of the state into Tuesday, causing travel delays.

Initial reports estimated that the storm would bring 1-2 inches, but now residents of northern Michigan, including Lapeer and Port Huron, are facing up to 10 inches, local news outlets reported. Lower Michigan could also see 5-8 inches in snow accumulation.

“Although plow trucks are continuously removing snow, road conditions can quickly change for the worse in this type of weather,” Chris Kelenske, deputy state director of Emergency Management told The Detroit News. “If you must travel, give yourself plenty of time and take it slow on the ice and snow.”

The Detroit metropolitan area is also set to see lighter snow, and the Detroit Metropolitan Airport was reporting some delays, the Weather Channel reported.

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Parts of coastal New England the mid-Atlantic region are also set to see some light snow in the coming days, with minor coastal flooding, according to the same Weather Channel report.

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