Michigan residents are digging out after a weekend winter storm dumped a foot of snow on parts of the Lower Peninsula.
The storm is blamed in the deaths of at least two people on Michigan roads, including a 40-year-old Chinese man killed in a crash on Interstate 94 in Berrien County.
By late afternoon, AAA Michigan had helped more than 3,000 motorists today.
A spokeswoman says most spun out, got stuck in a ditch or couldn't start their vehicles.
The National Weather Service says the storm could dump up to 14 inches of snow through tonight in places.
The Ann Arbor area got up to 12 inches.