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Snowfall likely for southeast Michigan Tuesday afternoon into Wednesday morning. Bulk of accumulation will occur during the overnight hours Tuesday night. Model trends have continued to place the highest snowfall amounts with this system south of the Michigan border. Mostly 1-2 inches possible along and south of a line from Howell to Port Huron. Accumulations will taper off to nothing very quickly further north with a dusting up to I-69 corridor and perhaps northing over the Thumb and Saginaw Valley. Accumulations will be mostly on grassy surfaces, but some slushy accumulation on roadways is possible in areas that experience higher snowfall rates. These slippery road conditions would affect the Wednesday morning commute.
Freeze Warning in effect for both Tonight and Wednesday night.
Expect hazardous small craft conditions on the nearshores of the Thumb from Outer Saginaw Bay to Port Huron.
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