IRONWOOD, Mich. (AP) - Michigan is in a deep freeze, with subzero readings in wide areas of the state and more than 8 in. of snow predicted for parts of the Lake Michigan shoreline.
The National Weather Service says temperatures Wednesday morning ranged from minus 17 at Ironwood in the western Upper Peninsula to 10 in South Haven and Holland in the southwestern Lower Peninsula and 12 on Beaver Island.
Ironwood earlier recorded a temperature of minus 23.
Ann Arbor's temperature was zero, while the Detroit area had a reading of minus 3.
The weather service says high temperatures statewide many not reach 10 degrees Thursday.
A storm passing Wednesday afternoon and Thursday is expected to bring from more than eight inches to more than a foot of snow in the Holland area.