DETROIT, MI – Many roads are impassable this morning from the massive snow storm that nailed the southern half of Michigan from Sunday into this Monday morning, February 2nd, 2015.
Kalamazoo is dealing with over 20 inches of snow. Record breaking snowfalls have been recorded for many areas stretching from Grand Rapids to Detroit.
Blowing and drifting snow will remain to be a problem for parts of the day. That means drivers could experience white-out conditions.
For the second time in 36 years Michigan State University has cancelled classes throughout for the day. And roads are in terrible condition for anyone to try to travel on at this hour.
All Wayne County schools are closed this morning. Many towns, cities and villages have declared Snow Emergencies. A list of those can be found here. That means people must move their cars off the streets, or face fines or have their vehicles towed.
Several state and municipal buildings, including courthouses are also shut down on this Monday because of the snow and frigid temperatures.
Multiple spin-outs with cars off in the ditch are also being reported this morning. If you do not need to be out on the roads, do not try to travel on them at this time. Give crews time to plow the roads. Its going to take some time to dig out.