A weather and travel warning was issued for Flint, Michigan, on December 1 after overnight snow and freezing rain caused the roads to become slippery, the National Weather Service said.
In a video shared by Angela Emory, snow can be seen covering cars, houses, and driveways in Flint as heavy flakes continue to fall.
The National Weather Service described the snow as “sloppy, heavy, and wet,” and urged people to take caution when shoveling it.
Local media reported that the wintry weather occurred on one of the busiest travel days of the year when people commuted back to work after the Thanksgiving holiday. Credit: Angela Emory via Storyful