LANSING, Mich. (WLNS) - Police say they're dealing with dozens of weather-related vehicle crashes around the state as a major storm hitting the Midwest brings snow to Michigan.
In Lansing, police say Friday morning they've responded to 12 traffic accidents and eight requests for assistance from motorists. Police say all appear to be weather-related.
Crews have salting and plowing and the roads are starting to look a little better, which is a vast improvement from what many saw this morning.
Drivers can expect the main arteries to be mostly clear, but officials say it's the subdivisions and side streets to be careful on.
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