DETROIT (AP) — Hundreds of Michigan schools are closed as the state digs out from nearly a foot of snow that fell over the weekend.

In southeastern Michigan, schools are closed Monday in Detroit and surrounding Wayne County as well as counties including Macomb, Oakland, Washtenaw and Monroe. Wayne State University in Detroit is closed. And schools are shut in St. Clair and Lapeer counties.

The National Weather Service reports more than 11 inches fell in Mount Clemens, Ann Arbor and Oakland County's White Lake Township. Flint got more than 10 inches.

Roads are slippery. Elsewhere in the state, many schools were closed in the Kalamazoo area including Kalamazoo Valley Community College.

In Clinton County on Sunday, a teenage passenger was killed when his car slid into the path of a pickup truck.

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