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Snowfall Amounts for Friday, March 21

Updated: 03/21/2014 3:35 PM
Created: 03/21/2014 11:10 AM WDIO.com

The Northland woke up to another winter-like snowstorm on Friday, a day after we changed seasons. A clipper system was responsible for the accumulating snowfall. The heaviest amounts have been in Koochiching and Itasca Counties.

Snowfall reports from the National Weather Service, Duluth
Friday, March 21
As of 3:00 PM

Time Location Amount County
2:05 PM 1 E Int'l Falls 12.0" Koochiching Co.
2:28 PM Kabetogama 11.3" St. Louis Co.
2:41 PM 3 E Orr 11.1" St. Louis Co.
12:27 PM International Falls 10.4" Koochiching Co.
9:54 AM 3 W Squaw Lake 10.0" Itasca Co.
8:15 AM Gemmell 9.0" Koochiching Co.
2:05 PM 4 E Saginaw 6.5" St. Louis Co.
10:43 AM 9 NW Tower 6.0" St. Louis Co.
10:00 AM 15 WSW Cook 6.0" St. Louis Co.
2:00 PM NWS, Duluth 5.8" St. Louis Co.
1:20 PM Cloquet 5.2" Carlton Co.
12:25 PM Wrenshall 5.0" Carlton Co.
11:20 AM Gary New Duluth 5.0" St. Louis Co.
11:34 AM Remer 5.0" Cass Co.
12:27 PM 2 E Esko 5.0" Carlton Co.
2:31 PM 1 SE Ely 5.0" St. Louis Co.
2:07 PM Grand Rapids 4.0" Itasca Co.
12:12 PM Palisade 4.0" Aitkin Co.
1:17 PM 6 W Two Harbors 4.0" St. Louis Co.
10:48 AM Prairie Lake 3.5" Itasca Co.
2:08 PM Moose Lake 3.5" Carlton Co.
12:27 PM Hawthorne 3.3" Douglas Co.
9:38 AM Marble 3.0" Itasca Co.
11:59 AM Hibbing 3.0" St. Louis Co.
9:12 AM 7 N McGregor 1.9" Aitkin Co.
10:46 AM 1 S Hinckley 1.5" Pine Co.
2:41 PM Lutsen 1.5" Cook Co.
8:57 AM 4 S Bruno 0.2" Pine Co.
       
       

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