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Increasing lift ahead of an upper-level low pressure system that passed east across the Ohio Valley throughout Thursday produced snow across Southeast Michigan. 1-2 inches of accumulation fell across the Metro region, mainly during the late morning and early afternoon hours, tied to the strongest mid-level forcing. Snowfall amounts under an inch were observed along the far eastern counties across the Metro region as periods of rain mixed in with the snow during the afternoon. A dry slot ended  snowfall production across the Metro region by the evening, however, temperatures below freezing and continued snowfall to the north resulted in higher snowfall totals ranging between 2-4 inches along and north of I-69.
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