I put this map together (to the right) of the highest gusts reported.
The highest gust I found in Wisconsin was 57 mph at Port Wing on Lake Superior.
The highest gust I found in Michigan was 54 mph at Rock of Ages near Isle Royale.
I couldn't find any reports of damage or power outages, but I believe there were some trees down on power lines north of Duluth.
Snow across the region followed the wind.
A cold front dropped down behind the wind, bringing colder air from northern Canada.
A weak impulse along the cold front brought snow and lake-effect snow to the region on Monday (2nd) and Tuesday (3rd).
A lake-effect snow warning was in effect for the southern shore of Lake Superior, with the possibility of up to 8" of snow in certain locations.
The highest reported snow fall (link) has come from Birch Hill along the Ashland & Iron County line, with 10 inches (estimated).
The heaviest snow bands have missed my location on Maple Hill. My two day total has only been 2.8" of new snow.
The winds continue to funnel down Lake Superior from the NE, with light snow still falling across the south shore this morning. However, with all the ice cover on Lake Superior combined with backing winds will shut off any snowflakes later today.