February and March are notorious for big snowstorms in the Northland, and the first of the late winter season packed a punch that was followed up with gusty 40 mph wind to lead to drifting snow and extend messy travel.

Snowfall reports are starting to finally come in. Here is the latest from the National Weather Service (as of 12:00 pm):

Minnesota

  • Alborn - 17.5 inches
  • Island Lake - 16.4 inches
  • Two Harbors (6 miles W) - 16 inches
  • Duluth (West Duluth) - 15.6 inches
  • Duluth Heights - 14.8 inches
  • Holyoke - 14.8 inches
  • Carlton - 14.4 inches
  • Duluth Airport -  13.9 inches
  • Two Harbors (7 miles NW) - 13.5 inches
  • Cloquet - 13.5 inches
  • Duluth (Lakeside) - 13 inches
  • Silver Bay - 12.5 inches
  • Duluth (Morgan Park) - 12 inches
  • Brimson - 11.5 inches
  • Proctor - 10.4 inches
  • Lutsen - 10 inches
  • Moose Lake - 10 inches
  • Larsmont - 9 inches
  • Grand Rapids - 8 inches

Wisconsin

  • Superior - 18 inches
  • South Range - 18 inches
  • Poplar - 16.5 inches
  • Maple - 15 inches
  • Washburn - 13.3 inches
  • Bayfield - 12.5 inches
  • Cornucopia - 12 inches
  • Ashland - 10.7 inches

Snowfall Map

National Weather Service