/Issued 1:04 PM CST, Wednesday, December 4, 2013/
-Surface analysis from 12 PM Today.
Low pressure (“L” on the image above) has moved into Northeastern Iowa (999mb) as of early Afternoon with 2 hour pressures falls of 3mb covering much of Western Wisconsin as of Noon, so the surface low should continue to lift north/northeast into Northern Wisconsin during the next several hours.
–Updated Snowfall Reports–
Source: National Weather Service Duluth, Minnesota
3 NE of Finland, MN (Lake County) 14.9″
4 SW of Blackberry, MN (Itasca County) 10.0″
Hayward, WI (Sawyer County) 10.3″
Holyoke, MN (Carlton County) 13.7″
Wrenshall, MN (Carlton County) 13.0″
International Falls, MN (Koochiching County) 8.0″
5 S of Superior, WI (Douglas County) 11.0″
1 SE of Phillips, WI (Price County) 7.5″
Beaver Bay, MN (Lake County) 14.0″
Gull Lake, MN (Cass County) 6.6″
Note: 5 NW of Duluth, MN (St. Louis County) 16.8″ Official NWS total thru 12 PM Today.
-Upper Midwest radar loop ending at 12:45 PM CST Today.
-My updated 3 day snowfall event totals map. Keep in mind that some spots even within the 8-14″ area could get up into the 15-18″ range before things diminish Tonight.