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Police warn drivers not to catch ‘I-Forgot-How-to-Drive-in-Snowitis’❄️

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GRAND RAPIDS, Mich. — Snow is about to fall in southeast Wisconsin and that means drivers will need to navigate on slick and icy roads — again. Police in Michigan are having a little fun before the flurries, warning drivers not to catch “I-Forgot-How-to-Drive-in-Snowitis.”

Friday, Nov. 8 the Grand Rapids Police Department shared the important announcement on Twitter. The department reports crashes during the first week of snowfall increases by 55 percent on average.

Other winter driving tips: slow down, use your headlights and leave more space between you and the driver ahead of you.

Snow is expected in our area overnight Thursday, Nov. 8 into Friday morning, Nov. 9. FOX6 Weather Experts say an inch to an inch-and-a-half total is expected.

Keep an eye on FOX6 Weather HERE.

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