Snow Depth in Michigan

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Here’s a look at some snow depths in Michigan:

W. Michigan:  1/2″ Comstock Park…1″ Hart, Fremont, Hopkins…2″ Muskegon, Bloomingdale, Niles…3″ Zeeland, Oshtemo, Kalamazoo.

N. Lower Michigan:  1″ Beulah…2″ Lake City, Traverse City, Gladwin…3″ Atlanta, Lupton…4″ Houghton Lake, Charlevoix, Benzonia…5″ Mio, St. Ignace, Harbor Springs, Lewiston, Engadine…6″ Cadillac, Cheboygan, Glennie…7″ E. Jordan, Kingsley, Fife Lake…8″ Alpena, Grayling…9″ Gaylord…11: Mancelona (5.7″ new yesterday).

Upper Michigan:  4″ Stonington…8″ Green Garden, Norway…10″ Stambaugh…11″ Moran, Ontonagon, Green Garden…12″ Watersmeet, Gladstone…13″ Jacobsville…14″ Paulding, Harvey…15″ Ironwood…16″ Detour Village, Manistique…17″ Sawyer, Dollar Bay…19″ Ishpeming…20″ Marquette…21″ S. Ste. Marie, Newberry…23″ Atlantic Mine…24″ Calumet…30″ Grand Marais (7″ new yesterday)…32″ Painesdale (6.2″ new yesterday). 

2″ at S. Bend, Indiana, 1″ at Fort Wayne, Indiana

If you’ve taken a measurement and would like to add it to the list…email me at bill.steffen@woodtv.com

Season snowfall (and departure from average):  Grand Rapids 18.7″ (-17.7″), Muskegon 20.0″ (-24.1″), Kalamazoo 22.8″ (-11.5″), Chicago 14.3″ (+1.7″), S. Ste. Marie 63.9″ (+4.2″), Marquette 95.2″ (+9.7″). 

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