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Yeah, That's Snow In The Forecast

Doubling Down On Our Original Report, Issued Last Week

Updated at 11:11pm 4/13/19 - Posted by Corunna Now at 12:05pm 4/9/19

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On April 9th, we shared weather data on this page that suggested another big snow storm was headed our way; one that might dump up to 9 inches of snow on Shiawassee County.

A day later, an astute observer suggested that we misread data. At that same time, newer data backed off the likelihood of such a significant storm, so, we humbly acknowledged that we had made a mistake.

However, the latest round of data, now supported by a number of other local media outlets, reaffirms the chance for a big mid-April snowmaker.

Both WNEM-TV and MLive say snow is coming.  

MLive says 5 to 8 inches is possible in some places.  Shiawassee County is not one of those places.  So, as is often the case, the forecast model has changed some, but tonight we're doubling down on our original read's accuracy at the time.  Tonight, forecast models agree that Shiawassee County will likely see at least a couple inches of snow; maybe as much as 4 inches in some places.

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As for where most snow amounts may fall -- the latest Pivotal Weather data supports the MLive report that Oscoda to Alpena could see 5 to 6 inches, but also shows more significant accumulation in Michigan's thumb area, with the tip of the thumb, Caseville to Port Hope, expecting around 8 inches of snow.

The data also indicates heavier accumulation in a portion of southeast Michigan, with 8 inches projected in and around Ann Arbor.

Advisories have already been issued for parts of the state but none have been issued for mid-Michigan yet.

Corunna Now does not employ a meteorologist.  Our weather information comes from trained volunteer weather enthusiasts dedicated to providing the latest hyperlocal weather information, to help our residents to keep aware and to make the most informed decisions pertaining to local weather impact. 

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