Snow Totals for November 24 - 25, 2010

 



 *  THE HEAVIEST SNOW FELL NEAR THE INTERNATIONAL BORDER OF NORTH
     CENTRAL MINNESOTA...WITH LESSER AMOUNTS FURTHER SOUTH.  MOST OF
     THE SNOW FELL YESTERDAY AFTERNOON THROUGH THE EARLY MORNING
     HOURS OF THANKSGIVING DAY.

 *  TO REPORT A SNOW TOTAL...CALL 1-218-729-6697.  ANY REPORTS ARE
     APPRECIATED.

SNOW REPORTS LISTED BY AMOUNT

 INCHES  LOCATION                         ST  COUNTY          
 ------          -----------------------               --    -------------- 
11.30   KABETOGAMA                        MN  ST. LOUIS      
  8.50   INTERNATIONAL FALLS      MN  KOOCHICHING     
  7.70   LITTLFORK                             MN  KOOCHICHING    
  7.00   21 N GRAND MARAIS           MN  COOK
                 REPORTED ON FLOUR LAKE...MID GUNFLINT TRAIL
  7.00   3 E ORR                                  MN  ST. LOUIS
  6.20   SILVER BAY                            MN  LAKE
  6.00   BABBITT                                  MN  ST. LOUIS
  6.00   WOLF RIDGE                         MN  LAKE
                 16 INCH SNOW DEPTH         
  5.50   7 NW TWO HARBORS          MN  LAKE           
                 SNOW DEPTH IS 11 INCHES.
  5.50   8 S BIGFORK                         MN  ITASCA
  5.30   5 NW TWO HARBORS         MN  LAKE            
                 INLAND FROM LAKE SUPERIOR
  5.00   3 W BAYFIELD                        WI  BAYFIELD        
                 SNOW DEPTH IS 12 INCHES.
  5.00   CHISHOLM                              MN ST. LOUIS
  4.50   15 N GRAND RAPIDS           MN  ITASCA          
                 8 INCH SNOW DEPTH
  4.20   NASHWAUK                            MN  ITASCA         
                 SNOW DEPTH IS 8 INCHES.
  4.20   DULUTH                                  MN  ST. LOUIS       
                 NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE OFFICE
  4.00   4 S BRUNO                             MN  PINE            
  4.00   SAGINAW                                 MN  ST. LOUIS
  4.00   SOUTH RANGE                      WI   DOUGLAS
  4.00   OULU                                       WI   BAYFIELD
  3.90   NORTHOME                           MN  KOOCHICHING
  3.80   COTTON                                  MN  ST. LOUIS       
  3.80   10 SSE SUPERIOR               WI  DOUGLAS
  3.80   KNIFE RIVER                         MN  LAKE         
  3.30   LUTSEN                                  MN  COOK            
                 ONE QUARTER MILE INLAND FROM LAKE SUPERIOR.
  3.20   HOLYOKE                               MN  CARLTON        
                 ADDITIONAL HALF INCH OVERNIGHT. TEMP HAS
                 FALLEN 17 DEGREES IN PAST HOUR AND A HALF.
  3.20   2 S TOWER                             MN ST. LOUIS
  3.00   CORNUCOPIA                        WI  BAYFIELD   
  3.00   FLOODWOOD                        MN  ST. LOUIS    
  3.00   ELY                                           MN  ST. LOUIS       
  3.00   20 NW DULUTH                     MN  ST. LOUIS      
  3.00   5 S HERBSTER                      WI  BAYFIELD        
                 0.5 INCH FELL OVERNIGHT
  2.80   LAKE NEBAGAMON                WI  DOUGLAS         
  2.50   EMBARRASS                           MN  ST. LOUIS       
  2.50   BUTTERNUT                           WI  ASHLAND         
  2.00   DANBURY                                WI  BURNETT
  2.00   BEAVER BAY                           MN  LAKE         
  2.00   TWO HARBORS                      MN  LAKE           
                 NEAR THE SHORE OF LAKE SUPERIOR
  1.80   GILE                                           WI  IRON
  1.70   3 WSW HINCKLEY                 MN PINE
  1.50   GRAND PORTAGE                 MN COOK            
  1.50   2 W HAYWARD                        WI  SAWYER          
  1.50   ASHLAND                                 WI  ASHLAND        
  1.30   12 N ISLE                                 MN  AITKIN          
  1.20   4 N GRANTSBURG                WI  BURNETT        
  1.00   GRAND MARAIS                      MN  COOK           
                 NEAR THE SHORE OF LAKE SUPERIOR
  0.70   ASHLAND                                 WI  ASHLAND

THE NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE DEPENDS ON OUR TEAM OF WEATHER OBSERVERS AND SNOWFALL SPOTTERS. WE AT THE NWS IN DULUTH APPRECIATE THE TIME AND EFFORT IN COLLECTING AND DELIVERING THIS TIMELY INFORMATION.

 

 



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