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A strong low pressure system pushed eastward across the Ohio River Valley bringing snow to numerous states, including southern Michigan. This long duration snow started across Southeast Michigan around midnight on Friday night and lasted through most of the day on Saturday. There were a few heavier bands of snow that set up during the day, allowing for some higher snowfall totals in certain locations. Overall, this advisory snow brought anywhere from 1 to 7 inches of snow, with higher amounts across Washtenaw, Wayne, Lenawee, and Monroe Counties over an 18 to 19 hour period.
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