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Posted on Thu, Dec 1, 2011 : 7:20 a.m.

More snow likely in Ann Arbor area overnight

By Cindy Heflin


Windshield-clearing may be required Friday morning. Here, a man performs the task after the first snow fall of the season along North Revena Boulevard off Dexter Avenue in Ann Arbor on Wednesday morning.

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Ann Arbor area residents who had a bit of trouble driving in the snow Wednesday may get another chance to practice their inclement-weather driving skills Friday.

The National Weather Service predicts snow overnight tonight for southeast Michigan. The forecast calls for numerous snow showers after midnight with accumulations of about an inch. The chance for snow is 70 percent.

During the daylight hours Friday, the weather service predicts partly sunny skies with a high near 38. Skies will remain clear Friday night but clouds and a chance of rain return Saturday. Rain is likely in the morning Sunday and may turn to snow showers for the afternoon.

It’s been a wet week in the Ann Arbor area so far. Precipitation totals from Sunday through Wednesday morning amounted to 3.25 inches, said University of Michigan weather observer Dennis Kahlbaum.

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