Parents push for school sports to resume, significant snowfall to hit Metro Detroit


Parents and student athletes gathered in Lansing on Saturday to urge state officials to resume winter sports earlier than February 21.

While there is still uncertainty as to when the country will return to normal, one thing is clear from the hundreds who protested outside the state capital – these parents are not giving in.

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The snow will develop along southern Michigan at midnight on Saturday and spread northward at night. It appears that the heaviest snowfall rates will develop south of I-94, with most of the accumulation occurring later in the night period through Sunday morning.

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