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Winter Storm Updates, Snow Totals And Photo Gallery

By KBJR News 1

Credit: Kelly Peterson

Upson, WI

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February 10, 2013 Updated Nov 25, 2013 at 6:00 PM CDT

Duluth, MN (NNCNOW.com) --- The heaviest snow associated with Sunday's snow storm is winding down. Light snow showers could continue until Monday afternoon, though, and blowing and drifting is still likely.

Snow was more common in Minnesota and freezing drizzle was more prevalent in Wisconsin. Ice accumulations in places like Ashland came to .2 inches. Snow totals so far in MN have reached 8 inches in places like Duluth, Bigfork, Two Harbors and Chisholm.

The snow will gradually wind down to flurries Monday afternoon. By then, another 1-3" could fall.

Snow totals should then end up between 6-10" for most of the region. Inland parts of Wisconsin may get a little less due to a mixture of rain with the snow.

Travel conditions will also slowly improve as the night goes on. However, road conditions continue to be hazardous.

ROAD CONDITIONS AS OF 10AM Monday: Difficult driving conditions around Minnesota and Wisconsin. According to the Wisconsin 511 website, many of the major roads are snow covered and slippery. Road crews are at work, though, and hope to clear highways as soon as possible.

SNOW TOTALS AS OF 1PM MONDAY:
13.0 inches Hackensack
12.0 inches Sand Point Lake
12.0 inches Dixon Lake
10.7 inches Chisholm
10.2 inches Bigfork
10 inches Walker
9.2 inches Federal Dam in Cass County
9.0 inches Isabella
8.5 inches Coleraine
8.0 inches Remer
8.0 inches Virginia
7.7 inches Two Harbors
7.6 inches Bruno
7.0 inches Keewatin
7.0 inches Littlefork
7.0 inches Price
7.0 inches Gile
6.5 inches Solon Springs
6.0 inches Bayfield
5.5 inches Poplar
5.5 inches Ely


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