8 PM Weather Update/Snowfall reports

Snow continues to fall across the Northland this evening, but is expected to taper off from SW-NE overnight. Patchy drizzle, freezing drizzle and snow showers are still possible around daybreak, but the accumulating snow should end early Wednesday morning.

Note: Snow is expected to end in Duluth and Superior ~1 to 3 AM tonight. 2.3″ of snow has been reported at the Duluth Airport today (thru 8 PM) The record snowfall for October 20th is 3.4″ set in 1936.

Widespread snowfall of 2 to 5 inches has been reported so far today (thru 8 PM) across southern portions of the Northland with a few 6 inch totals in the Brainerd area.

Snowfall Reports from around the Northland
Tuesday, October 20, 2020

Source: https://www.weather.gov/dlh/

Note: Totals listed below are thru 7 PM, October 20.

5 SE Saint Mathias: 6.5″
Brainerd, MN: 6.0″
Nisswa, MN: 5.0″
3 ESE Barrows, MN: 5.0″
2 W Hayward, WI: 5.0″
3 SSW Finlayson, MN: 4.8″
8 W Pine Center, MN: 4.5″
Willow River, MN: 4.5″
3 NE Brainerd, MN: 4.5″
Hertel, WI: 4.5″
Trego, WI: 4.5″
4 NNW Brainerd, MN: 4.5″
4 NNW South Range, WI: 4.0″
2 SSE Pine River, MN: 3.5″
2 ENE Holyoke, MN: 2.5″
Duluth Airport: 2.3″ (total thru 8 PM)
3 N Amnicon Falls S.P. 2.2″
Rice Lake, MN: 2.0″
12 N Grand Rapids, MN: 1.5″


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