Snow has fallen across most of Michigan, with more than 20 inches accumulating in places and more on the way through Friday.
The National Weather Service said Wednesday that 20.4 inches of snow fell in Ottawa County near Allendale and 17.2 inches fell in East Grand Rapids.
The snow and high winds have caused numerous crashes statewide.
Seventy-three-year-old Larry Ehrman of Monroeville, Indiana, died Tuesday in a crash on U.S. 23 in Genesee County's Fenton Township.
Suburban Detroit authorities are awaiting autopsy results on a 53-year-old woman found dead in the deep cold outside a Garden City house Tuesday.
Police Chief Robert Muery tells The Detroit News foul play isn't suspected in the death of Tina Crosson. She was identified through a microchip in her dog, which was barking nearby.
Locally, TV5 Meteorologist Doug Moats says wind chills will be extremely cold and temperatures will feel like they're in the single digits. The area could see a few snow showers and isolated flurries with the cold temperatures continuing.
Heading through the day Thusday, the area will see a mix of sun and clouds. High temperatures will only reach the mid 20's.
Temperatures will begin to warm up as we head into the weekend with several days of above freezing temperatures over the weekend and into next week.
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