LANSING, Mich. (WILX) - Wednesday's snow fall caused a lot of drivers to have time added to their commute and snow to shovel once they got home.
The snow ended by midnight in most areas, leaving anywhere from 3 - 7 inches across lower Michigan.
The storm was described as an Alberta Clipper - which means it moved fast and ended quickly.
But not quick enough for some.
Here are the accident reports from your local police during the storm:
CITY OF LANSING: Had 17 accidents from 3 p.m. yesterday to Thursday morning.
Cars in the Ditch - 7, Motorist Assists - 5, Personal Injury Accidents - 1, Property Damage Accidents - 8
INGHAM COUNTY: 26 crashes, 12 vehicles that slid off the roadway
JACKSON COUNTY: had about 30 accidents
CITY OF JACKSON: had 6 accidents
CLINTON COUNTY: 1 personal injury crash in Dewitt Twp, 16 traffic crashes, 26 vehicles in the ditch