April greetings from Detroit! pic.twitter.com/3Liryi1sBp— Detroit Metro Times (@metrotimes) April 15, 2018
Well this just seems unfair to an aspiring leaf.— Tanya Shaffer (@tanyashaffer) April 15, 2018
.#michigan #michiganweather #michiganspring #michiganawesome #michiganphotography #michiganphotographer #photography #photographer #photooftheday #ice #iced #everydaybeauty #everydaywonder #everyday… https://t.co/u3dPqNJifx
Power is out all over— tom brandt (@twbrandt) April 15, 2018
Ain’t no relief in sight.
If only I had the money
I’d be outta here tonight.
I got the blues
I got the Michigan spring weather blues.
Only in Michigan will you see potting soil next to ice melt. pic.twitter.com/a1zpSa5f5e— Jessica Miling (@jessicamiling8) April 15, 2018
Honestly has there been a worse 48 hour stretch of weather in the history of world than what has happened in Michigan this weekend?— Jason Funk (@PaperJase) April 15, 2018
I’m about to have a mental breakdown on this drive home. Come on Michigan, it’s the middle of April, we are sick of getting bitch slapped with your damn weather.— Kels (@anthony_kelsie) April 15, 2018
Can we prescribe some bipolar meds to Michigan weather plz and thank you— Em (@EKDussel) April 15, 2018
trust issues...michigan weather gives me trust issues.— jason hill (@JSH_14) April 15, 2018
Mother Nature: how about an April ice storm?— Local 4 WDIV Detroit (@Local4News) April 15, 2018
3 tigers games postponed in two days. Thanks mother nature #Michiganweather— Alex Maxham (@alexmaxham) April 15, 2018
Idk why yall trippin on this weather. Yall should know by na Michigan a freaky bipolar bitch.— Bossman (@outyowayJay) April 15, 2018
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