Parts of Michigan are getting more snow as forecasters keep an eye on some rivers in the state for flooding.
Snow fell Tuesday morning in southwestern Michigan, including Grand Rapids. Forecasters are warning about slippery road conditions.
Up to an inch is expected in the Detroit area later.

The National Weather Service reported nearly 113 inches has fallen this season, up to this past midnight in Grand Rapids.  ...131 inches in Muskegon.
The weather service says minor flooding also is expected to continue along parts of the Grand River in Kent and Ionia counties. Flooding also is possible along the Kalamazoo River in Kalamazoo and Allegan counties as well as the Red Cedar River in the East Lansing area.