Turn your PJs inside out and prepare a few ice cubes to flush down the toilet, a snow day-worthy winter storm is headed for the area that could drop 2-4 inches of snow on St. Clair Shores Thursday night.
The National Weather Service has issued a winter storm watch for the county from Thursday evening through Friday morning.
There is a chance of snow during the day Thursday, with heavier snowfall expected in the evening and throughout the night. St. Clair Shores will likely get 2-4 inches of snow Thursday night, leaving area roads snow covered and slippery for the morning commute Friday, according to the National Weather Service.
Check the St. Clair Shores Patch Commute Page for real-time traffic and accident reports.
Snow showers are expected to continue before noon Friday, with new accumulations between 1 and 3 inches. Despite the snow, temperatures are forecast to remain a balmy 34 degrees through Sunday.
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