Muskegon Nears 100″ Of Snow

Posted at 7:47 PM, Mar 21, 2013

MICHIGAN — (FOX 17) — After a slow start to the snow season here in Michigan, many areas are really piling up the snowfall totals. In Muskegon, the total is 98.6 inches, just 1.4 inches away from reaching 100 inches. This is 9.1 inches above normal. In Grand Rapids, the total so far is 64.9 inches, which is 6.6 inches below normal. Here is a look at some other snowfall totals across Michigan:

  • Marquette: 178.3 inches, 0.1 inch above normal
  • Sault St. Marie: 138.8 inches, 27.1 inches above normal
  • Lansing: 29.3 inches, 18.4 inches below normal
  • Alpena: 45.5 inches, 29.8 inches below normal
  • Detroit: 47.2 inches, 7.9 inches above normal

The snow season isn’t quite over yet, so these totals will likely increase over the next few weeks. For the latest forecast anytime, join us on FOX 17 News, or visit the weather page at