>1″ of rain reported in parts of the Northland Monday night

Last night’s system did track slightly more to the north than what the computer models were showing, and the result from this was for a northward shift in the higher rainfall totals, with much of northeast Minnesota including the North Shore picking up anywhere from a half inch to over an inch of rain, with similar totals across northwest Wisconsin. The least amount of rain was over northern Minnesota where less than a quarter inch of rain was reported.

Rainfall Reports from Monday evening-Tuesday morning, September 13-14, 2021

2 ENE Mercer, WI: 1.65″
Two Harbors, MN: 1.64″
3 SW Butternut, WI: 1.35″
Glidden, WI: 1.30″
Duluth Airport: 1.29″
1.2 W Solon Springs, WI: 1.23″
4 NE Duluth, MN: 1.22″
South Range, WI: 1.21″
3 E Wright, MN: 1.18″
French River, MN: 1.15″
Saginaw, MN: 1.14″
Poplar, WI: 1.13″
Glidden, WI: 1.11″
Odanah, WI: 1.10″
4 W Clam Lake, WI: 1.08″
7 N McGregor, MN: 1.04″
Hayward, WI: 1.03″
Esko, MN: 0.98″
Superior Airport: 0.98″
Wolf Ridge, MN: 0.96″
Washburn, WI: 0.95″
0.7 SSW Pine City, MN: 0.91″
Webb Lake, WI: 0.88″
Bayfield, WI: 0.85″
Ashland, WI: 0.85″
Barnes, WI: 0.83″
Grand Marais, MN: 0.75″
Isabella, MN: 0.73″
McGregor, MN: 0.70″
Minong, WI: 0.68″
Siren, WI: 0.67″
2 S Brimson, MN: 0.63″
Danbury, WI: 0.57″
Brainerd, MN: 0.54″
25 E Ely, MN: 0.51″
Cotton, MN: 0.50″
2 S Tower, MN: 0.28″
Embarrass, MN: 0.26″
Cook, MN: 0.22″
Hibbing, MN: 0.17″
3 E Orr, MN: 0.17″
International Falls, MN: 0.14″

Tim

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