It's a little late, but old man winter isn't about to give up yet.
The biggest snowstorm of the year is expected to hit Fenton Thursday night into Friday.
The National Weather Service has issued a winter storm watch for all of southeast Michigan, with predictions of as much as eight inches of snow or more by Friday morning.
According to the alert, a low pressure system is expected to move into the area Thursday evening, bringing with it a mix of rain and snow that will change over to all snow Thursday night. Expect snow-covered, slippery roads and a messy commute Friday morning.
Another one to three inches of snow could fall Friday with winds gusting up to 25 mph.
Fenton received around , but has been fairly clear of a heavy helping of the white stuff since. Only around six inches has fallen the entire month of February.
The is reminding residents that until March 31st parking is prohibited on all city streets and municipal parking lots between the hours of 2 a.m. and 5 a.m.
The only exceptions to this ordinance are emergency services personnel parked in the vicinity of the police and fire departments and properly registered vehicles owned by the apartment dwellers in the 100 and 400 blocks of Sout Leroy Street and the 100 block of West Shiawasse Avenue.