Several crashes reported in Ann Arbor area following overnight snowfall
A light overnight snowfall left some Ann Arbor-area roads slippery Tuesday morning, and emergency crews dealt with several crashes as a result.
Crashes were reported on westbound Interstate 94 near Zeeb Road in Scio Township, westbound I-94 near Fletcher road near Chelsea, eastbound I-94 near M-14 in Ann Arbor and on southbound US-23 near Willis Road at 7:30 a.m.
The National Weather Service said snow would continue Friday morning, mostly before 11 a.m. Additional accumulation was expected to amount to less than one-half inch, adding to about a half inch that fell overnight.
Temperatures are expected to rise to around 37 Tuesday afternoon. Wednesday will bring a partly sunny day with a high of 39. Rain is likely Wednesday night with a low around 33. More rain is expected Thursday with a high of 38.
The Washtenaw County Road Commission deployed its full fleet of 46 trucks to plow and salt roads at 4 a.m. Tuesday morning, said Jim Harmon, director of operations.
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