Prepare yourself for snowy commutes Thursday evening and Friday morning, Berkley and Huntington Woods.
The National Weather Service has issued a winter storm watch for parts of southeast Michigan, including Oakland County, beginning Thursday evening and lasting into Friday morning. Up to 4 inches of snow could fall Thursday night, with up to 3 more inches possible Friday morning, the forecasting agency warns.
"Visibilities under one-quarter mile will be possible Thursday night," the NWS says. "Roads may become snow-covered and slippery, affecting the morning commute on Friday."
The high Thursday is expected to be 32 degrees, with a low of 31; Friday, the high is expected to be 32, with a low of 11 degrees, according to the National Weather Service.
If more than 4 inches of snow fall, Berkley and Huntington Woods will declare snow emergencies, which means residents must move their cars off the streets to make way for plows. Those who fail to do so could be ticketed.
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