Governor Snyder has issued a warning to Michigan residents regarding the extreme winter weather. He urges you to minimize travel and stay off the roads if possible, stay indoors, check on family and friends who may need assistance, and watch pets closely when they're outside. With a Wind Chill Warning in effect until 8 p.m. Tuesday residents should dress in layers and keep dry, wet clothing makes you more prone to hypothermia. Monday's high is forecast at only five-degrees, with a wind chill possibly reaching -25 degrees. For more information about being prepared before, during and after a weather emergency, go to the Michigan State Police emergency preparedness website at michigan.gov/beprepared.
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