West Michigan's Road Commissions all will have blown through their snow-removal budgets by the end of this month.

WOOD TV reports that Kent County already spent almost ten percent more than the $4 million it had expected to.

Muskegon County, looking at nearly $3million that it must spend, says pothole work will be cut short this year.

Allegan County says there will be no money to spend on snow removal come November and December at the end of this year.