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A strong low pressure system brought several inches of snow to many portions of the Great Lakes region, with Southeast Michigan seeing that snow throughout the day on Monday, January 28.  This snow quickly exited the area Monday evening, with only some locations seeing additional snowfall overnight on Monday.  Snowfall totals across Southeast Michigan ranged from 2 inches in Monroe County to 10 inches over Bay and Huron Counties.  The coldest air of the season then filtered in behind the departing system, bringing dangerous cold wind chills for the couple of days following this event.
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