Cold night ahead, lows ~0F; some sun Monday highs in the 20s; latest snow totals and an update from the City of Duluth

Storm Total Snowfall Reports from around the Northland from November 30-December 1, 2019. Source:

4 ENE Cornucopia, WI: 26.0″
5 S Herbster, WI: 23.0″
Duluth Airport: 21.7″
8 N Castle Danger, MN: 21.0″
7 N Two Harbors, MN: 20.8″
3 N Mahtowa, MN: 19.9″
2 NNE Cloquet, MN: 19.5″
1 WSW Maple, WI: 18.2″
Saginaw, MN: 18.0″
Ashland, WI: 17.9″
Poplar, WI: 17.8″
2 NNW Mellen, WI: 17.5″
Gile, WI: 16.6″
Grand View, WI: 16.0″
1 NNW Lake Nebagamon, WI: 16.0″
Moose Lake, MN: 15.2″
Breezy Point, MN: 15.2″
7 ESE Superior, WI: 15.0″
Oulu, WI: 15.0″
Kettle River, MN: 14.8″
7 WSW Pine River, MN: 14.5″
1 N Superior, WI: 14.0″
2 NE Duluth, MN: 14.0″
1 N Motley, MN: 13.5″
4 NNW New Post, WI: 13.5″
3 N Brainerd, MN: 12.5″
2 SW Hinckley, MN: 12.0″
4 N Hayward, WI: 11.2″
Bigfork, MN: 10.5″
1 W Silver Bay, MN: 10.2″
Northome, MN: 7.0″
Ely, MN: 7.0″

Note: Prior to the blizzard warning on Saturday, the last time Duluth was under a Blizzard Warning was back in February of 2012 on the 29th – The Leap Day Blizzard!


Update from the City of Duluth as of 1 PM Sunday

-City of Duluth continues to plow main roads and hope to begin plowing residential streets early Monday morning.

-No travel advisory continues in Duluth until further notice.

-The public is strongly encouraged to stay home or shelter in place so that plows can continue to clear streets.

-Morse and Buchanan Streets, in addition to a portion of Canal Park Drive are still closed to vehicle and foot traffic.

-Park Point remains closed to non-Park Point residents.

-Duluth and Superior Public Schools are closed Monday, Dec. 2nd.

-I-35 back open from Scanlon to Duluth.

Snowfall Storm Total map; Source

*Snowfall storm total of 21.7″ in Duluth, this is the 9th highest 2-Day snowfall total for Duluth. The highest 2-Day total in Duluth is 32.6″ which was set during the Halloween Mega Storm in 1991.

*November 2019 was the 8th snowiest November in Duluth with 27.7″ of snow. The snowiest November on record occurred in 1991 with 50.1″ of snow.


Low temperature forecast for Monday morning, December 2. Source:

Cold night ahead as lows fall to the single digits below to the single digits above zero.

High temperature forecast for Monday, December 2.

Monday looks dry with some sunshine, near normal temps on Monday with highs in the 20s.

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