Fenton didn't receive quite as much snow as expected, but it was enough to cause some problems.
A Pontiac Azteck flipped over on Denton Hill Road south of Center Road in Tyrone Township around 8:30 a.m. Friday morning. The driver lost control of the vehicle, which ended up on its roof on the west side of the road. The driver did not have any major injuries however.
Chief Rick Aro said there were a couple of minor morning accidents in Fenton. There were several more minor accidents across Genesee County, according to the Genesee County 911 Consortium.
Only around two inches of snow fell overnight in Fenton, less than the predicted four to eight inches, but Lake Fenton and Fenton both cancelled school.
The snow started after midnight and continued until the early morning hours when it died down and turned to drizzle. Another one to three inches of snow could fall Friday with winds gusting up to 25 mph, according to the National Weather Service. The snow should stop by 7 p.m. The entire system mostly moved north of the area.
Salt trucks were busy around Fenton Friday morning in efforts to clear up the slushy road conditions.
Old man winter continues to be kind.
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.