UPPER PENINSULA — According to the calendar, spring is just three days away. But if you’ve been outside at all today, spring seems a lot farther away than it really is.
Mother Nature decided to give Upper Michigan a few more inches of snow to work with before spring arrives. In Marquette County, the snow totals varied from two to six inches of fresh powder.
Parts of the western U.P. saw more than of a foot of snow. A Winter Weather Advisory is still in effect for many areas until 8:00 p.m. eastern.
Temperatures are expected to be in the mid to upper 30’s for the next five to ten days.