4 AM Winter Storm Update

Meso-scale discussion (MD) out for parts of the Northland for moderate to heavy snowfall rates through the morning. Source: https://www.spc.noaa.gov/

Link to technical discussion: https://www.spc.noaa.gov/products/md/md2168.html

Goes-16 infrared satellite loop from early Wednesday morning showing a strong winter storm lifting NE into the Great Lakes.

Source: https://weather.cod.edu/

Strong low pressure ~988mb was over southern Wisconsin early this Wednesday morning, this low will lift NE reaching Lake Huron by this evening.

Source: https://www.spc.noaa.gov/

MRMS radar loop ending at 4:10 AM Wednesday shows bands of moderate to heavy snow lifting north/west across parts of northeast and eastern Minnesota and northern Wisconsin.

Source: https://lab.weathermodels.com/

4 AM Update

Winter Storm Warnings and advisories continue today for most of the Northland, see prior post for an alerts map and for my snowfall forecast.

Near blizzard conditions are possible at times today along portions of the South Shore of Lake Superior including around the Bayfield and Ashland areas.

Storm and Gale Warnings remain in effect today for Lake Superior, and a Lakeshore Flood Warning continues along the South Shore of Lake Superior from the Twin Ports on to the east.

For Duluth – Winter Storm Warning until Noon today.

For Superior – Winter Storm Warning now in effect until 6 PM today.

Snow, gusty winds and some blowing snow will continue in the Twin Ports through the morning with snow gradually tapering off during the afternoon, but it will likely keep snowing at least lightly through late this afternoon.

North winds 15 to 25 mph will cause areas of blowing snow.

Travel will be very difficult today with poor visibility at times due to falling and blowing snow.

4 to 8 inches of snow in the Twin Ports by this afternoon.

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