No one likes dealing with winter. It's just a major hassle.
You spend hours digging out of the snow, just to have another blizzard bear down and cover you again.
Our friends to the north in Canada are pros at it. They deal with it more than we do, so they have their own tricks.
The massive multi-vehicle crash that shut down a five-mile stretch of I-94 near Galeburg on Friday continues to keep the interstate closed.
Authorities with Michigan State Police and the Michigan Department of Transportation report that 193 vehicles were involved, which includes 76 semis and 117 passenger cars and SUVs, according to WZZM-13. One person was killed and 23 others were injured.
Both directions of I-94 are closed between Kalamazoo and Battle Creek because of a multi-vehicle crash involving semi-trucks.
The interstate is closed between Galesburg and Climax, WZZM-13, Michigan State Police and the Michigan Department of Transportation report.
After 7.1 inches of snow and ice it's done. Record for snowfall shattered a record from the 1800's . Lots of car pile ups and slide-offs, power outages, and tons of schools closed, flight cancellations. Catch up on all the havoc thanks to the GR PRESS HERE: