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4:31 am
Wed March 12, 2014

Winter Storm Warning In Effect Until 3PM, 6-9 Inches Of Snow In Washtenaw County Today

Washtenaw County is among the many in Michigan under a Winter Storm Warning. The National Weather Service issued the warning, to be in effect until three this afternoon. Storm snowfall totals could reach between 6-9 inches.  

6-9 inches of snow expected in Washtenaw County and Southeast Michigan Wednesday
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According to the NWS Hazardous Weather Statement, the peak of the snowfall is expected between six and 10am, with up to one-to-two inches of snowfall per hour.  

During these periods, motorists are warned visibility could be reduced to near zero at times, and road conditions could worsen with blowing and drifting snow. 

Temperatures today will drop into the teens during the afternoon and wind chills will hover near zero. 

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