OHIO VALLEY (WKZO) -- A major winter storm is moving up from the South West that has already caused 300 flight cancelations, a 21-car pile-up that injured 12 in Oklahoma and spun off tornadoes in the Gulf states. It’s caused major problems for holiday travelers headed home in the southern plain states.
Its headed north east up the Ohio Valley and could dump 3 to 6 inches on south central and Eastern Michigan, only grazing Southwest Michigan as it rushes by this afternoon and evening.
National Weather Service meteorologist Andrew Orrison says the worst of it will cut to the south and east of southwest Michigan.
The Kalamazoo Area could get an inch or two with counties to the east and south receiving as much as 3 to 6 inches.