Snow snarled travel across the Upper Peninsula Sunday night.
The snow has moved out of the eastern portions of the U.P.; but now lake effect snow is coming down in the western and north-central counties. Visibility is less than two miles in many of those areas, which is disrupting travel plans for some folks.
"Got to remember how to drive safe on these snowy roads. I'm not sure how much we're supposed to get, but hopefully it's not the worst storm we've ever seen," said Jessica Aho.
Totals could reach a foot in higher terrain areas by early Tuesday, leaving Christmas Eve as your best day for traveling.