eegads. They forcast 3-6" for us tonight, then tomorrow freezing rain, turning to sleet, then an additional 4-6" of snow tomorrow night on top of the ice.Waiting for the 24 inches of expected snow starting this evening...
I was just going to say, "yep; me too..." then I looked and you're from central Michigan! lolWe are looking at 16 to 20 inches starting in a few hours.. The dogs will love it not so sure about me.
Yeah, this one looks pretty bad. Just started snowing. Windy as hell.eegads. They forcast 3-6" for us tonight, then tomorrow freezing rain, turning to sleet, then an additional 4-6" of snow tomorrow night on top of the ice.
Whether we'll actually see it all or not remains to be seen.
MSU suspends classes Feb. 2
According to the National Weather Service, a blizzard warning is in effect for mid-Michigan from 5 p.m. Feb. 1 to 7 p.m. Feb. 2. The warning calls for 10 to 16 inches of snow, dangerous winds and frigid temperatures. The university has been carefully monitoring the forecasts of severe weather, and has determined for the safety of our students to suspend all classes scheduled for Wednesday, Feb. 2. All academic buildings will be closed to students on Wednesday.