/Issued 3:37 PM CST, Wednesday, December 4, 2013/
At 3 PM: Low pressure has deepened to 998mb and was centered over Southeastern Minnesota. This low will continue to deepen as it heads north/northeast Tonight. The center of the low should be out over Central/Northern Lake Superior later Tonight.
-Peak of the storm is now hitting Duluth/Superior and will continue until around 6-9 PM Tonight. Snow intensity will decrease after 9 PM the way it looks now. Should have 3-day event snowfall totals ranging from 14-24″ in Duluth and Superior with the higher amounts likely targeting the northern side of Duluth.
*Future radar per 18z hi-res NAM/WRF model. I outlined the area where heavier snow will be falling at the times listed below.
4 PM CST.
7 PM CST.
10 PM CST.
–Updated Snowfall Reports–
Source: National Weather Service Duluth, Minnesota
Lester Park Duluth, MN (St. Louis County) 20.5″
4 SW of Bruno, MN (Pine County) 16.8″
Mouth of Brule, WI (Douglas County) 14.0″
7 N of McGregor, MN (Aitkin County) 15.6″
2 NW of Saginaw, MN (St. Louis County) 15.0″
Cass Lake, MN (Cass County) 12.5″
1 NW of Chisholm, MN (St. Louis County) 12.5″
Webb Lake, WI (Burnett County) 6.2″
Park Falls, WI (Price County) ICE accumulation of 0.20″
3 E of Orr, MN (St. Louis County) 8.7″
Fort Ripley, MN (Crow Wing County) 10.5″
Hawthorne, WI (Douglas County) 12.3″
2 SW of Hinckley, MN (Pine County) 14.0″
Washburn, WI (Bayfield County) 14.0″
Billings Park, WI (Douglas County) 11.5″
Cloquet, MN (Carlton County) 16.0″
*Upper Midwest radar loop ending at 3:45 PM CST Today.