3. Northern Wisconsin Weather: Lake-effect snow totals.
29. The Lake-effect snow ended overnight and observers and spotters have begun reporting their tallies.
This is a screenshot (to the right) from NWS Duluth with the list of reports.
The top six reports all come from the Penokee (WI)/Gogebic (MI) Range's snowbelt.
My report was too insignificant to submit as a Spotter Report and Duluth has yet to fully acknowledge my COOP reports, so I didn't make the list.
I measured 0.3" on Monday morning and 0.4" on Tuesday morning, for a grand total of 0.7" of snow. The water equivalent from the event was 0.03" of water.
This screenshot (to the left) is from a webcam in northern Iron County, where the most snow fell. For more webcams on the Northwoods Camera Network, head over to John Dee's webpages.
Reports from the western UP.
5" Ironwood 1WNW, Gogebic Co.
3" Watton 3SW, Baraga Co.
From CoCoRaHS there are three reports in the Houghton/Hancock vicinity. They reported 4.0", 3.5", and 3.7".
I never see any reports from Ontonagon County and almost nothing from Houghton County. Once the ski season begins I'll be able to pull recent snowfall data from the Porcupine Mountains.
Labels: snow, storm reports