Ann Arbor area awakens to light snowfall
The snow - which started as rain - began at about 7 p.m. Tuesday as a wintery mix. But sometime overnight, that changed to the flakes that by 5 a.m. dusted cars and roadways.
Total accumulation in Ann Arbor was reported at a little more than 1 inch.
No schools were closed Wednesday morning, and weather-related crashes appeared to be minimal in the hours before rush hour.
The weather system that generated the snow has moved to the east, and Wednesday is forecast to be partly sunny with the high around 38.
Weather alerts have been canceled, except for a flood warning issued for Dexter's Mill Creek.