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A winter storm is moving into Mid-Michigan, causing some treacherous travel conditions.
Heavy snow is causing poor visibility in many areas, and drivers are urged to use caution. Roads are becoming snow covered and slippery, and several accidents are being reported.
We are expecting 1-3 inches of accumulation today. Along with a mix of rain, snow and freezing drizzle by midday.
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Friday, February 22 2013, 09:02 AM EST
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