Storm brings up to 16 inches of snow to Michigan

A winter storm is moving out of Michigan after dumping as much as 16 inches of snows in parts of the Upper Peninsula even as temperatures pushed well above 60 in parts of southern Michigan.
AP Wire
Mar 1, 2012

The storm that hit Tuesday eased by Wednesday afternoon, but not before leaving more than a foot of snow in parts of northern Michigan.

The National Weather Service said 10-16 inches fell in the Iron Mountain area, while the Ironwood area got up to 14 inches and the Menominee area up to 13 inches.

Icy road conditions were reported in parts of the southern Lower Peninsula early Wednesday, but warm winds pushed highs to spring-like levels. The weather service said Three Rivers hit 64 degrees, Kalamazoo 63, and Coldwater and South Haven 62.

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