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Lingering Snow in the Great Lakes

11 Mar 2021, 5:00 am

Snow fell through the Plains and Upper Midwest over the last 24 hours as a fast moving low pressure system moved across the region. Highest totals from the High Plains to the western Great Lakes have been in the 6″ to 10″ range.

Winter Alerts

In pink, winter storm warnings continue in northern Minnesota. An additional 2″ to 3″ may fall. In purple, we have winter weather advisories for northern Wisconsin. 1″ to 2″ are possible this morning.

Forecast Accumulation

Additional accumulations will mainly be confined to the arrowhead of Minnesota and along the south shores of Lake Superior.

Forecast

This morning (Thursday), the arrowhead of Minnesota is still holding onto some snow as the low moves away in Ontario. Snow will linger into the afternoon across the Upper Peninsula of Michigan.

Temperature Outlook

After a cold 24 hours, temperatures will rebound for the rest of this week.

WeatherNation will keep you up to date on the latest snowfall forecasts.

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