All eyes have been on a storm set to impact the early parts of next week with significant snowfall. The National Weather Service has placed the latest path of this storm to the south, leaving the Duluth Superior area seeing less snow than anticipated earlier this week.
Powerful waves that forced debris onto the Duluth Lakewalk and damaged the boardwalk in Canal Park also brought water inland, causing flooding and bringing debris onto Canal Park roads and parking surfaces.
We live near the lake. If you're not from around here, that's short for saying we live next to Lake Superior, the largest ice cube in the world. We have become accustomed to the chillier temperatures near the lake, but what happened on June 4th, 2017 was ridiculous.