Snow and some blowing snow continues into early this afternoon, winter storm warnings and advisories remain in effect

*2.1 inches of snow so far at the Duluth Airport thru 5 AM Monday.

-Winter Storm Warnings (pink) and Winter Weather Advisories (purple) remain in effect until Noon today in northeast Minnesota, and until 6 PM today in northwest Wisconsin.


Snow continues to move northeast and east-northeast across the Northland early this Monday morning. Heavier snow shows up as darker blue and green colors on the map below.

Note: It does look like will end up on the low end of the 8-12 inch range in Duluth and Superior, and there’s even a chance we might not even reach the 8 inch mark, but will see what happens through the morning, otherwise here’s what I have for snowfall storm totals. Haven’t seen very many snowfall reports yet, so will see if my forecast verified well or not well at all later today once the snow ends and snowfall reports start to come into the NWS.

Snow will continue to fall in the Northland this morning, then the snow will begin to taper off from west to east beginning by mid-morning and into the afternoon. Gusty north winds 10 to 20 mph with gusts to 25 mph will cause areas of blowing and drifting snow.

Snow is expected to taper off in Duluth and Superior ~1 to 3 PM today.

Additional snowfall accumulations today will range from 1 to 3 inches in western-far northern parts of the Northland, from around Brainerd to Bigfork to International Falls with another 3 to 9 inches of snow possible across the rest of the area.

Note: Freezing drizzle fell in parts of the Northland Sunday evening into early this morning which led to a light coating of ice underneath the new snow that is falling. Roads will be snow covered and slippery today with reduced visibilities in falling and blowing snow.

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