'Sure It's Not April Fools?': May Snow in Michigan as Temperatures Dip 'Much Below Average'
Snow fell across parts of southeastern Michigan late on Monday, May 1, as temperatures were “much below average” for this time of year, the National Weather Service said.
Video from Stephanie Bidock shows snow falling in Highland Charter Township, a suburb of Detroit, on Thursday morning as her dog, Shiloh, observes the scene. “Sure it’s not April fools?” Bidock says in the video.
On Tuesday, continued cold was forecast for the area with numerous rain showers, the NWS said. Credit: Stephanie Bidock via Storyful
STEPHANIE BIDOCK: It is snowing, and you can hear the chirping of our poor little toad. Sure it's not April Fools?
It is snowing, and you can hear the chirping of our poor little toad. Sure it's not April Fools?