GRAND RAPIDS, Mich. (WOOD) — Some parts of West Michigan woke up to nearly a foot of snow Friday after the latest winter storm rolled through overnight.

The highest snowfall totals were found in parts of Ottawa, Kent, Allegan and Barry counties, with reports ranging from 8 to 14 inches.

Below is a list of some of the locations who saw especially high accumulation.

Even for those who weren’t under the heavy band, 3 to 8 inches was commonplace for areas near and south of a line from Muskegon to Greenville.

According to Andy Schut with West Michigan Weather Stats on Twitter (@wmichwx), the odds of Grand Rapids receiving 6 inches or more of snow on or after March 9 is just 16%.

Grand Rapids recorded 8 inches from midnight to 7 a.m., which makes it the snowiest March 10 on record. That’s the sixth daily snowfall record that has been broken this winter.

With this storm, Grand Rapids is now at its seventh-snowiest winter on record.

It’s going to feel and look like winter around here through the middle of next week.

We may see the longest stretch of below-average temperatures since around Christmas. Stay with Storm Team 8 as they track snow chances into next week.