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UPDATED: Snowfall Amounts for April 16 Storm

Updated: 04/17/2014 12:31 PM
Created: 04/16/2014 3:18 PM WDIO.com

The Northland almost made it.  Much of the snow had melted. Then Mother Nature had to knock us upside the head with another spring snowstorm on April 16. 

It started slow, but as the Eyewitness StormTeam said it would, it picked up in intensity during the afternoon. Snow and strong winds made for a difficult evening commute.

Snowfall reports from the National Weather Service, Duluth
Wednesday, April 16-Thursday, April 17
As of 11:00 AM

Time Location Amount   County
6:45 AM 4 N Grantsburg 16.5"      Burnett Co.
4:20 AM Minong 15.0"   Washburn Co.
7:21 AM 8 ESE Pine City 15.0"   Pine Co.
6:27 AM Ashland 14.7"   Ashland Co.
7:45 AM 4 S Bruno 14.6"   Pine Co.
5:42 AM High Bridge 14.0"   Ashland Co.
6:26 AM Sarona 14.0"   Washburn Co.
8:00 AM 4 SE Namekagon 13.7"   Bayfield Co.
6:21 AM 2 W Hayward 13.5"   Sawyer Co.
4:21 AM Finlayson 13.2   Pine Co.
3:30 AM Holyoke 12.6"   Carlton Co.
6:30 AM 8 WNW Park Falls 12.5"   Price Co.
3:55 AM Webb Lake 12.5"   Burnett Co.
4:05 AM Drummond 12.5"   Bayfield Co.
8:37 AM Washburn 12.5"   Bayfield Co.
6:00 AM 9 NNE Hayward 12.0"   Sawyer Co.
6:13 AM Seeley 12.0"   Sawyer Co.
5:17 AM 5 SE Superior 11.8"   Douglas Co.
9:48 AM Gile 11.5"   Iron Co.
8:00 AM Wrenshall 11.3"   Carlton Co.
8:36 AM 2 SW Hinckley 11.0"   Pine Co.
6:26 AM Iron River 11.0"   Bayfield Co.
2:46 AM Superior 11.0"   Douglas Co.
6:54 AM Hawthorne 10.8"   Douglas Co.
7:00 AM WSW Saxon 10.7"   Iron Co.
5:36 AM 3 W Phillips 10.0"   Price Co.
8:00 AM Upson 10.0"   Iron Co.
6:25 AM 4 S Sawyer 8.9"   Carlton Co.
5:40 AM Fond du Lac, Duluth 8.0"   St. Louis Co.
8:00 AM Esko 8.0"   Carlton Co.
6:55 AM Cornucopia 8.0"   Bayfield Co.
7:12 AM Lincoln Park, Duluth 8.0"   St. Louis Co.
7:34 AM Garrison 8.0"   Crow Wing Co.
6:16 AM Moose Lake 7.8"   Carlton Co.
6:00 AM Duluth Heights 7.7"   St. Louis Co.
7:39 AM West Duluth 7.6"   St. Louis Co.
8:16 AM Cloquet 7.5"   Carlton Co.
7:00 AM NWS, Duluth 7.0"   St. Louis Co.
5:41 AM 2 W Esko 7.0"   Carlton Co.
5:05 AM 7 ESE Superior 6.1"   Douglas Co.
7:09 AM Silver Bay 5.5"   Lake Co.
7:00 AM Grand Portage 5.5"   Cook Co.
7:32 AM Lakewood Twp. 5.5"   St. Louis Co.
7:54 AM Herbster 5.5"   Bayfield Co.
6:00 AM 3 ENE Wright 5.0"   Carlton Co.
6:45 AM 12 N Isle 4.8"   Aitkin Co.
7:32 AM Two Harbors 4.5"   Lake Co.
7:13 AM Lutsen 4.0"   Cook Co.
4:21 AM 7 N McGregor 3.6"   Aitkin Co.
8:09 AM Crosby 2.5"   Crow Wing Co.
7:00 AM 1 SW Brainerd 2.5"   Crow Wing Co.
7:41 AM Breezy Point 1.5"   Crow Wing Co.
7:30 AM 2 ESE Cohasset 1.0"   Itasca Co.
8:30 AM Pine River 1.0"   Cass Co.
5:42 AM 2 S Ely 0.5"   St. Louis Co.
6:00 AM Embarrass 0.5"   St. Louis Co.
6:00 AM Cook 0.2"   St. Louis Co.
         
         
         
         
April 16 Snowstorm 11AM

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