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MDOT traffic cameras show blizzard’s impact on motorists across Michigan

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Road conditions are very dangerous on Friday, December 23 after a major winter storm hits.

Michigan Department of Transportation road cameras show poor travel conditions, especially in Western Michigan along the Lake Michigan shoreline, according to the National Weather Service in Grand Rapids.

In addition to snow and ice, gusts of wind well in excess of 30 miles per hour have created blizzard conditions with visibility of less than a quarter mile in some areas.

To check road conditions before you hit the road, view MDOT cameras at mdotjboss.state.mi.us/MiDrive/cameras.

Multiple vehicle collisions are likely throughout the day on Friday, and snow is expected, especially through Saturday. The wind also causes drifts, making it a difficult task to keep the roads clear.

As of 10:30 a.m., Interstate 94 was closed in multiple locations in southwestern Michigan due to multiple crashes.

Kent County has 65 MDOT cameras, which can be viewed by selecting the “Kent County” filter on the MDOT website. His MDOT cameras on Interstate 196 and Chicago Drive showed poor visibility Friday morning.

Other popular MDOT camera locations in Kent County are listed below.

44th Street SE and Division Avenue

I-196 on Fuller Avenue

Interstate 196 on Lake Michigan Drive

I-96 EB Fulton Street

I-96 WB on Plainfield Avenue

Allegan County has three MDOT cameras to check.

The first location is I-196 in the Saugatuck Rest area, followed by US-131 and 129th Streets in Wayland and US-31 along the Blue Star Highway in Washington. Visibility is currently 0 miles.

Van Buren County has three more cameras. The first is his I-196 and Phoenix Road in South Haven, which is currently showing a temperature of 4 degrees Fahrenheit. Other Van Buren County cameras are on his I-94 near County Route 687 and his I-94 on South Kalamazoo Street.

Across the state, Wayne County has 14 MDOT cameras and Monroe County has 13. In total, there are 469 MDOT cameras throughout Michigan.

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Central Michigan school and business closures for Friday, December 23 are as follows:

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