HOPE YOU ENJOYED THAT TASTE OF SPRING!  WINTER IS ON ITS WAY BACK
Significant Rain, Snow Coming to Michigan Later This Week
Posted by Strickland Now at 10:16pm 2/27/18
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A significant storm is moving toward Michigan and it's looking like we could wind up with as much as six inches of snow accumulation in the Lansing area.  That's after up to two inches of rain falls.  The system is developing rapidly, so there's still plenty of room for adjustment, but it's a safe bet to plan for a sloppy Thursday night and Friday morning.

Early reports suggested heaviest impact south of I-96, but on Tuesday afternoon MLive Meteorologist Mark Torregrossa said it looks like the Saginaw Valley and Thumb areas of Michigan could see anywhere from 10 to 16 inches of snowfall, but because of above freezing temps, only about half of that might stick.  While he cautions that those numbers shouldn't be fully trusted, they represent the highest storm totals across the state.

Torregrossa says the timing of the storm has been consistent through early models -- expect the greatest impact between 7pm Thursday and 1am on Friday.


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JOSH STRICKLAND LANDS MORNING GIG ON STATEWIDE SMILE FM RADIO NETWORK
New Smile FM Morning Show is Broadcast from Studio in Durand
Posted by Strickland Now at 9:47am 11/19/17
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Following his departure from Lansing's 97.5 NOW FM (WJIM-FM) earlier this year, where Josh Strickland hosted mornings for nearly a decade, he joined the statewide Smile FM Radio Network in a capacity that meant a bit smaller profile, but that is about to change.

Strickland is officially stepping into the morning show position at Smile FM.  Lansing listeners will again be able to hear Strickland's show, Monday through Friday from 5am to 10am, on 88.1.  The network has frequencies all across the state -- more than twenty five stations from Detroit to Marquette in the western Upper Peninsula.

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