- Member for
- 5 years 1 month
Snowfall reports from around the Northland through 8:45 p.m. Thursday, as relayed by the National Weather Service in Duluth. Snow was still falling in some areas; this list will be updated if additional reports are received.
Was it a joke? Or was someone really giving away this adorable puppy one day in Duluth in May 1984? It’s a mystery from deep in the files of the News Tribune. Read more in the News Tribune Attic .
Snow continues to fall across the Northland today, driven by gusty northwest winds and likely to cause a difficult afternoon commute in the region. In many areas, the snow is falling on top of a light glaze of ice left by freezing rain overnight. Winter weather advisories and winter storm warnings remain in effect across the region, the National Weather Service reported. "There will be a slow diminishing trend from the west" in the snow during the afternoon and evening hours, the Weather Service reported.
The following Northland school districts have canceled or delayed classes for Thursday, Jan. 11, because of winter weather in the region, Check back for updates
A winter storm remains on track to affect the Northland from tonight into Thursday, bringing several inches of snow to the region along with a chance for light freezing rain. Snow will spread through the Northland from the northwest tonight and Thursday, bringing widespread snowfall of 3 to 6 inches. Some areas will get light freezing rain tonight prior to the snow, possibly setting up a glaze of ice on roads," the National Weather Service reported. "Temperatures will plummet overnight into Thursday, and gusty northwest winds will accompany the influx of cold air."
Winter storm watches are in effect for the Northland from late Wednesday into Thursday, as a storm system may bring a half-foot or more of snow to parts of the region.
Temperatures again dropped into the 40s below zero in the Northland on Friday morning, but there’s a warm-up on the horizon. Embarrass was the cold spot on Friday morning, hitting 44 below zero for the second morning in a row, the National Weather Service reported. Cotton reported 42 below and Kabetogama hit 39 below. Babbitt reported a low of 36 below, Ely and Crane Lake dropped to 35 below and International Falls recorded 33 below. The low at the Duluth airport was 20 below zero.
Temperatures dropped to the 40s below zero in parts of the Northland on Sunday morning, the coldest morning of the holiday-season arctic outbreak yet for much of the region. Embarrass was the cold spot at 45 below zero, the National Weather Service reported. A spotter near Bigfork reported 38 below, with 37 below near Effie and Kabetogama. The low temperature at the Duluth airport was 26 below zero — that's 29 degrees below normal, but the record low for the city for Dec. 31 remains 31 below, set in 1946.
Wednesday morning was the coldest one yet of the deep freeze that has settled into the Northland, with Cotton reporting a low of 41 below zero, and International Falls and Hibbing reporting record lows. Duluth didn't set a record low for Dec. 27 — but the city was at 70 hours of subzero temperatures and counting as of Wednesday night.
Wednesday morning was the coldest one yet of the deep freeze that has settled into the Northland, with Cotton reporting a low of 41 below zero, and International Falls and Hibbing reporting record lows. The National Weather Service reported that Cotton was the cold spot on Wednesday morning at 41 below, followed by Embarrass at 40 below and Togo at 39 below. International Falls dropped to 36 below, breaking the previous record for Dec. 27 of 32 below, set in 1924. Hibbing hit a low of 28 below, breaking the previous record of 27 below, set in 1964.