Reports are showing that things are gonna get really wet outside for an extended period of time and it seems like the lower peninsula of Michigan will get hit the hardest.
I really hope you didn't have any plans for outdoor activities unless it involves playing in the rain...
Aside from a storm which dumped 6-10” throughout Mid-Michigan on Nov. 30, Flint residents have barely needed to use their snow brushes so far this winter.
Meteorologists have gone as far as calling it a “snow drought,” noting that some parts of the state are 10, 20, even more than 30 inches behind what would be a normal winter of snow through early January.
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