A storm hitting Michigan has brought three to five inches of snow to parts of the northwest Lower Peninsula.
Meteorologist Jeff Halblaub with the National Weather Service in Gaylord says another one to two additional inches of snow was possible Sunday in the area, and some freezing rain also was reported.
The weather service canceled a winter storm warning for east central Upper Michigan after predictions of five to eight inches of snow failed to materialize. Forecasters said roads could remain snow covered and slippery, however.
Rain and thunderstorms were reported in the southern two-thirds of the state.
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