DULUTH, MN– Mother Nature unleashed her fury on the Northland over the weekend.
A powerful snowstorm slammed the area, bringing with it strong winds, which peaked at more than 50 mph in spots, and snow totals which measured in feet for most towns.
Here are some of the top snowfall totals, courtesy of the Duluth National Weather Service:
- Washburn: 31.0″
- Cornucopia: 26.0″
- Herbster: 24.0″
- Lester Park: 23.5″
- Holyoke: 23.3″
- Gary New Duluth: 22.0″
- NWS Duluth: 21.7″
- Blueberry: 21.5″
- North of Castle Danger: 21.0″
- North of Two Harbors: 20.8″
- La Pointe: 20.0″
- Ironwood: 18.3″
- Ashland: 17.9″
- Mellen: 17.5″
- Solon Springs: 17.2″
- Gile: 16.6″
- Hayward: 14.1″
- Brainerd: 13.1″
- Hinckley: 13.0″
- Bigfork: 10.5″
- Chisholm: 9.5″
- Orr: 5.0″
- Lutsen: 4.6″
The 21.7″ of snow in Duluth ranked as the 9th snowiest two-day period in history.
During the Halloween blizzard of 1991, 32.6″ of snow fell in a two-day period on November 1 and 2.
The March 1 and 2 blizzard in 2007 brought 19.6″ of snow in Duluth during those two days.
In addition, the daily snowfall record was broken on Saturday. 14.5″ of snow fell, which broke the previous record of 10.3″ set back in 1985.
You can view the latest snow reports by clicking here.
Te forecast is looking much more promising this week – click here for the latest.
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