Heavy snow for parts of Michigan

8 to 12 inches (20 to 30 cm) expected

8 Nov 2018 – The National Weather Service in Marquette, Michigan has issued a winter storm warning from 10 pm this evening to 7 am Saturday.

Heavy snow expected. Total snow accumulations of 8 to 12 inches expected. Winds gusting as high as 35 mph from Friday afternoon into Friday evening. Bands of lake enhanced snow will affect portions of the Keweenaw Pensinsula tonight with brief periods of heavy snow. More persistent and widespread heavy lake effect snow is expected Friday, especially from Friday afternoon into Friday evening.

Travel could be very difficult. Areas of blowing snow could significantly reduce visibility. The hazardous conditions could impact the Friday morning and
evening commutes.

The earning applies to Keweenaw-Northern Houghton Counties, Including the cities of Copper Harbor, Houghton, and Hancock

Thanks to Kenneth Lund for this link

3 thoughts on “Heavy snow for parts of Michigan”

  1. What if the snow keeps accumulating until May or June? Will 10 or 20 feet of snow melt before it freezes again in September or October? What will the Warmists say when glaciers begin forming in Michigan?

  2. I know it’s Michigan but still a far cry that snow was going to be a thing of the past in mid winter!

  3. see the Snow Thermometer in Keweena here: https://www.pasty.com/snow/index.html
    only 3″ so far this season.
    We in the U.P. have had snowfall in October that was heavy enough drifts and banks stayed in shaded places then there was still snow cover on the ground in April. Where I am at the Wisconsin border we tend not to get as much snow, but last spring the April Blizzard left drifts and banked snow from plowing well into May in places not normally suffering such.

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