Updated: Snowfall Reports for April 24 & 25

Updated: 04/25/2014 11:34 AM
Created: 04/24/2014 3:40 PM

Surprise!  Another spring snowstorm decided to interrupt our day on Thursday, April 24.   Snow began in late morning for the Twin Ports up the North Shore and picked up in intensity during the afternoon.  Snow continued through the overnight into Friday.

Snowfall reports from the National Weather Service, Duluth
Thursday, April 24 - Friday, April 25
As of 10:00 AM

Time Location Amount County
7:03 AM Silver Bay 9.5" Lake Co.
7:11 AM 2 NW Two Harbors 7.7" Lake Co.
8:00 AM Duluth Heights 7.0" St. Louis Co.
7:10 AM 6 N Two Harbors 7.0" Lake Co.
6:55 AM Lakewood TWP 6.5" St. Louis Co.
8:07 AM 1 WSW Two Harbors 6.0" Lake Co.
11:50 PM 2 NNW Grand Marais 6.0" Cook Co.
9:30 PM 3 NNE Finland 5.8" Lake Co.
10:33 PM Two Harbors 5.3" Lake Co.
5:59 AM Ely 4.8" St. Louis Co.
7:00 AM NWS, Duluth 4.8" St. Louis Co.
9:30 PM Illgen City 4.5" Lake Co.
5:36 AM Brimson 4.5" St. Louis Co.
7:45 PM 10 SW Grand Rapids 4.0" Itasca Co.
6:51 AM 1 N Cloquet 3.5" Carlton Co.
9:22 PM 5 N Virginia 3.0" St. Louis Co.
10:50 PM 7 SE Grand Rapids 3.0" Itasca Co.
7:00 PM 4 W Washburn 2.8" Bayfield Co.
6:00 PM West Duluth 1.8" St. Louis Co.
7:32 PM 5 W Eveleth 1.5" St. Louis Co.
12:01 AM Moose Lake 1.1" Carlton Co.
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Lake Effect Snow Advisory

Expires: 10/31/2014 1:00 PM

Lake Effect Snow Advisory

Expires: 10/31/2014 2:00 PM

Lakeshore Flood Advisory

MI AREAS AFFECTED: Alger; Baraga; Gogebic; Houghton; Keweenaw; Marquette; Ontonagon
Expires: 10/31/2014 2:00 PM