Incredible! The winter that will not end

Somewhere on the other side of that snow mountain, is Huron National Bank. City and county crews are doing their best to clear the roadways and parking lots after the weekend storm. (Photo by Richard Lamb)
Somewhere on the other side of that snow mountain, is Huron National Bank. City and county crews are doing their best to clear the roadways and parking lots after the weekend storm. (Photo by Richard Lamb)

Another April storm, this one more powerful than the first, socked northern Michigan over the weekend. The snowfall totals are not complete as of Monday morning, as a steady barrage of flakes continues to land. Schools throughout the region were closed and city and county offices in Rogers City were closed Monday. The heavy snow makes for difficult removal and has trapped several vehicles along the way.

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Motorists on Third Street in Rogers City navigate around the snowdrifts. Plows could not keep up with the steady snowfall over the weekend. (Photos by Richard Lamb)
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With four-foot drifts blocking the roadway, nobody was spending the day at Lakeside Park in Rogers City Sunday afternoon.
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Schools, city and county government and several businesses were closed after the mid-April storm swept through the area over the weekend. A winter storm warning remained in effect through the evening Monday.

Residents are reminded that summer begins June 21.