WINTER WEATHER ADVISORIES & WARNINGS

UNTIL 7 AM FRIDAY

WINTER WEATHER ADVISORIES remain for Kalamazoo, Van Buren, St. Joe, Branch, Allegan, Barry, Ottawa, Kent, Muskegon, Oceana, and Newaygo counties until 7 AM Friday.  Lake effect snow, heavy at times, drops 4" to 8+" of snow through Friday morning.  Approaching 10" or more are possible in some cities.  Westerly winds gusting to 35 mph create blowing and drifting snow, especially in open areas.   

Ionia, Eaton, and Calhoun counties have been added to our existing WINTER WEATHER ADVISORIES; expiration time is 7 PM tonight.  Snowfall totals of 1" to 4+" are possible.  

WINTER STORM WARNINGS remain in Berrien, Cass counties until 4 AM Friday for in excess of 6" of snow.  As of this point, snow has been sparse; WARNINGS may be revised.

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Artist uses DNA for inspiration

NEW YORK (NEWSCHANNEL 3) - An artist is finding an out of the ordinary inspiration for her work, specifically your DNA.

"From a cigarette butt were someone's ancestors likely came from, their gender, eye color, hair color, complexion," said Artist Heather Dewey-Hagborg.

New York Artist Heather Dewey-Hagborg is making 3D facial imprints out of discarded items. She uses anything that might carry a trace of someone's DNA.

Once she finds a sample, she takes it to the lab, mines the DNA, then feeds the information into a computer that generates a 3D model of a face.

"The faces have a general likeness. It might look like a family resemblance. Right now I can't determine age so all of my masks are aged between 20 and 40," said Dewey-Hagborg.

Dewey-Hagborg started the project called "Stranger Visions" after creating her self-portrait two years ago.

Now, she's hoping it'll raise questions about genetic privacy.