The National Weather Service has issued a winter weather advisoryfor southeast Michigan, which will remain in effect until noon Thursday.Snow is expected to fall through the Thursday morning commute, with up to an additional two inches of accumulation expected, the Weather Service reported. A total of five inches may fall.
Additionally, temperatures will be in the lower teens with wind chill readings as low as 5 below.
Meanwhile, the city of Troy issued a snow alert on Thursday morning:
The City of Troy has issued a SNOW ALERT. Trucks are now on all the major City and County roads in Troy. After those are clear, they will work on the subdivision roads. We would suggest removing vehicles from the streets to enable the plows to work faster and more efficiently.
The cold temperatures, and snowfall, will make untreated roads slippery and hazardous, according to the Weather Service. Drivers are recommended to reduce speeds and use caution while driving.