The Upper Peninsula of Michigan was in the national spotlight Tuesday morning after a middle-of-fall winter storm dropped various amounts of precipitation from Sunday night to present time.
Such precipitation that fell included an estimated foot of snow in the higher regions of Marquette County to reported slushy conditions in the Southern UP.
Via WLUC TV6, the National Weather Service (NWS) reported there was a record inches of snow yesterday in the Negaunee area. However in the YouTube video below, NBC News reporter Maggie Vespa confirmed that the town gotten eight more inches of snow and counting on the recent broadcast of the ‘Today Show.’
HERE ARE MORE CLIPS AND PICTURES FROM THE RECENT WINTER STORM:
There is good news for those suffering from the effects of the storm as the winter storm advisory has been lifted, but there is still a wind advisory that is in effect until 8 pm EST Tuesday night with wind gusts that could reach up to 50 mph.
**ARTICLE AND HEADLINE PHOTOS COURTESY: Andrew LaCombe TV6/Facebook**