Wednesday's massive snowstorm brought snow totals ranging from 6 inches all the way to 9 inches in some northern areas.
A Winter Storm Warning was in effect for 14 hours on Wednesday with the heaviest snow coming between about 3 p.m. and 8 p.m.
Utica came out on top with the most snow, 9 inches in all in the western Macomb County city.
Closely behind that was White Lake at 8.5 inches, Rochester and Ypsilanti at 6.5 inches and Dearborn Heights at 6.1 inches.
Ann Arbor and Holly both totaled 6 inches, while Romeo brought in 5.2 inches. Brownstown Township got some of the least snow, coming in at 3.5 inches.