With more snow on the way.
As of yesterday, Detroit’s season snow total is up to 50.4 inches, according to Jordan Dale, a meteorologist from the National Weather Service. Based on NWS records going back to 1874, this season now sits at 4th in terms of highest snow accumulation totals in the city’s history.
Snowfall totals are also running high for the city of Flint, Dale said.
“They’ve now had 60.2 inches and that comes in at 5th for their season total to date,” he said. “Their period of record starts in 1921.”
In the last 24-hours, an additional 4-8 inches of snow hit most communities across Michigan.
Southwest Michigan communities got hit the hardest: a whopping 15 inches in Dowagiac, 14.5 in Granger, and 14 in Coldwater.
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“More than a foot of snow in Chicago suburbs, they got another round this morning, too,” says Ryan. “Also, it appears that New Hampshire and Vermont areas have gotten about a foot also from multiple storms recently.
“Cold weather all the way to New Mexico after Groundhog Day.”