I collected local storm reports from the various NWS Offices that cover this region - Minneapolis
, Green Bay
, and Marquette
- and entered that data into a spreadsheet (to the right
The highest reports occurred on a diagonal line from southern Polk County through southern Sawyer County, with a high amount also reported in the western UP of Michigan. Amounts quickly tapered off to the east and south.Radar last night.
This radar screenshot (to the left
) is centered on Duluth at 1:12 and shows a heavier band of snow moving into my location.
I measured 3.8 inches of snow at 9:30 this morning. My core sample produced 0.3" water equivalent, giving a snow-to-liquid ratio of 13:1. I now have 21.1 inches of snow on the ground... the highest of the season.
I took the pictures (below
) from around my house this morning, after the snow finished. Initial forecasts called for 3 to 6 inches across northern Wisconsin, so a Winter Weather Advisory was issued. Later that advisory was downgraded to a Snow Advisory and 2 to 4 inches were forecast. These maps and information can be found in yesterday's post.