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A low pressure system moved up across the southern Great Lakes region Sunday night and into Monday. This system had substantial impacts across the central Plains as it dumped more than a foot of snow in places across Iowa and Illinois. This system also brought blizzard conditions to these areas as well. The system weakened as it moved over Michigan, but not before bringing snow and rain with some areas in Southeast Michigan seeing around 7 inches of snow. Snowfall diminished by the mid afternoon on Monday.  While some locations measured around 7 inches, locations in Sanilac, St. Clair, and Macomb only saw a trace of snow or no snow at all.

Flint did break their daily snowfall record for November 26th with 4.2 inches!  This breaks the previous record of 3.6 inches set back in 1972.

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