KALAMAZOO, Mich. — People across West Michigan are likely waking up to snowfall in their neighborhood after snow overnight Monday into Tuesday.
Our heaviest snowfall totals appear to be south of I-96 in areas in Kalamazoo and further south.
Residents in Kalamazoo are waking up to about 5.5 inches in the downtown area.
The snow and cold temps have already made it rough for drivers.
Our crew has seen road crews along I-94 near Stadium Drive in Kalamazoo working to clear the roads before the travel rush.
A semi-truck jackknifed around 2 a.m. Tuesday on eastbound I-94 near the Westnedge Exit. All lanes have since reopened.