Grand Marais — A late winter storm that overlapped the start of spring is wrapping up in northern Michigan after dumping up to 29 inches of snow in the Upper Peninsula.
The National Weather Service in Marquette says the heaviest snowfall has been in the northern and western Upper Peninsula. As of Thursday morning, 29 inches of snow had fallen since Monday near the Alger County community of Grand Marais.
It earlier said 28 inches fell in Ontonagon County near the unincorporated community of Rockland and 26 inches was measured in Houghton County near Twin Lakes.
Snow is to end Thursday.
The weather service says Michigan's northern Lower Peninsula also got snow, with up to 20 inches reported in lake-effect zones.
Icing caused a fatal crash Tuesday in the Lower Peninsula's Roscommon County.