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An upper-level disturbance (a disturbance in the upper atmospheric flow pattern which is usually associated with clouds and precipitation) combined with the intensification of a frontal boundary to the south resulted in an extended period of snowfall across SE MI, the bulk of which fell across Flint and north into Saginaw and the Midland/Bay area. Most locations along and north of I-69 saw anywhere between 2 - 4 inches of snowfall, with some localized higher amounts, across a 17-19 hour period. Locations along and south of I-96 saw two inches or less as snowfall got off to a later start and ended earlier relative to locations north.
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