The top picture is Mont Ripley near Houghton (Michigan Tech.). You can see that they are making snow and they have plenty of natural snow. Painesdale, just north of Houghton had 10″ of snow on the ground this Sunday morning.

US 41 north of Houghton Sunday afternoon

This pic. is from an MDOT camera on US 41 north of Houghton. As you can see, the roads there are snow-covered and slippery.

I-94 near Watervliet in northern Berrien Co.

On I-94 in Berrien Co., the snow has accumulated on the grass. Most of the snow has melted on the main roads with the heat from the traffic and a bit of road salt.

This is snow in Hartford MI – from Kirk Duncombe

A Winter Weather Advisory is in effect for Western Chippwa Co. from 7 pm this Sunday evening too 7 am on Monday.

Inland areas saw only a few flurries. Temperatures will be in the mid-upper 30s later Monday, so this snow will start to melt.

Snowfall totals:

More snowfall totals: 10″ Updated total from near Freesoil in Mason Co., 7.5″ South Bend IN. and Covert, 5.8″ Niles, 5″ Buchanan and Twin Lake, 4.5″ Holton, 3.5″ Glenn (Allegan Co.) and Walhalla, 3″ Fennville and Cassopolis, 2.5″ Zeeland, 2.4″ Montague, 2″ Hart and Douglas, 1.5″ Six Miles SSW of the Kalamazoo Airport, 1″ Three Rivers, St. Joseph, Beechwood, Brunswick (SW Newaygo Co.), 0.6″ White Cloud, Plainwell and Woodville, 0.5″ Portage, 0.3″ Grandville, 0.2″ East Grand Rapids, Stevensville, Comstock Park, 0.1″ Walker and Big Rapids.

Parts of the U.P. had significant rain on Friday. Pelkie reported a whopping 3.51″. Painesdale reported 2.61″, Hancock had 1.89″ and Ironwood recorded 1.73″. Now they have the snow on top of some pretty wet ground.

The first 11 days of November were 9.5 degrees warmer than average! That’s a lot! With this rather dramatic pattern change, that number will be considerably lower by the end of the week. Stay warm!