Winter Storm Kalani dumped heavy snow over parts of Michigan Monday and is now wringing out snow over parts of the East.
Small-scale bands of heavy snow developed over parts of Lower Michigan Monday morning, producing accumulations of a half-foot or more.
An estimated 10 inches of snow had piled up in 12 hours near Haslett and Holt, Michigan, Monday morning. Flint and Lansing, Michigan, picked up 9.7 inches and 6 inches, respectively.
Light snow in the Motor City, 3.4 inches officially at Detroit's Metro Airport, prompted ground delays early Monday afternoon, persisting into the early evening.