Just as the advisory for the region suggests, we're seeing less than an inch of snow and less than a tenth of an inch of ice for Corunna. More specifically -- none at all to about two one hundredths of an inch of ice accumulation, and about two tenths of an inch of snow accumulation by Wednesday night.
The greatest chance for ice accumulation in Shiawassee County will be in the far southwest corner.
With all that being said, despite this system not delivering much accumulation, there is still a concern for the storm's active hours, where precipitation will change from snow to freezing rain to sleet to rain and road conditions will truly be sloppy at times. Though there won't be ice accumulation to speak of, there will be periods during the storm's active hours where the roads are very slick.
The Winter Weather Advisory goes into effect at 11am on Wednesday and remains in effect until 10pm that evening.
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