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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Residents are reminded that summer begins June 21.