Updated: 04/04/2014 1:19 PM
Created: 04/03/2014 10:58 PM WDIO.com
No matter how hard we try, we just can't shake "Ol' Man Winter."
Another winter-like storm made a mad dash toward the Northland on Thursday, April 3. It didn't really pick up in intensity until after 4pm. Snow and strong winds made for an interesting evening commute with limited visibility and snow covered roads. Snow became heavy around 7pm from Moose Lake, to the Twin Ports into portions of Northwest Wisconsin and continued overnight.
The heaviest snow fell in Northern Wisconsin.
Snowfall reports from the National Weather Service, Duluth
Thursday, April 3-4
As of Noon Friday
|10:10 AM||5 SE Superior||17.8"||Douglas Co.|
|10:21 AM||Hawthorne||15.0||Douglas Co.|
|9:43 AM||Holyoke||14.2"||Carlton Co.|
|10:00 AM||5 ENE Rock Creek||13.1||Pine Co.|
|7:13 AM||Oulu||12.5"||Bayfield Co.|
|6:27 AM||Mouth of Brule||12.5"||Douglas Co.|
|5:31 AM||Maple||11.5"||Douglas Co.|
|10:37 AM||Lester Park, Duluth||11.0||St. Louis Co.|
|6:55 AM||5 S Herbster||10.0"||Bayfield Co.|
|5:47 AM||Cornucopia||10.0"||Bayfield Co.|
|7:53 AM||1 E Finlayson||10.0"||Pine Co.|
|8:22 AM||5 N Two Harbors||10.0"||Lake Co.|
|7:00 AM||NWS, Duluth||8.5"||St. Louis Co.|
|9:13 AM||1 N Cloquet||8.5"||Carlton Co.|
|6:46 AM||2 W Hayward||8.5"||Sawyer Co.|
|10:59 AM||Moose Lake||7.6"||Carlton Co.|
|6:52 AM||Glidden||7.0"||Ashland Co.|
|7:55 AM||1 N Hurley||7.0"||Iron Co.|
|6:53 AM||Cloquet||6.5"||Carlton Co.|
|11:47 AM||2 SW Proctor||6.2"||St. Louis Co.|
|7:15 AM||1 E Radisson||6.0"||Sawyer Co.|
|9:24 AM||Two Harbors||6.0"||Lake Co.|
|8:08 AM||Lutsen||5.0"||Cook Co.|
|10:00 AM||Kettle River||4.8"||Carlton Co.|
|11:03 AM||21 N Grand Marais||4.0"||Cook Co.|
|6:12 AM||7 N McGregor||1.9"||Aitkin Co.|
|10:39 AM||Ely||1.5"||St. Louis Co.|
|6:00 AM||Embarrass||1.0"||St. Louis Co.|
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