Winter Storm brings Heavy Snow and Travel Headaches

By KBJR News 1

November 13, 2010 Updated Nov 15, 2010 at 5:36 AM CST

Heavy Snowfall and gusty winds started off our weekend, now the storm system has moved into Ontario and off to our northeast. Wind speeds will gradually decrease over the next 24 hours and the flurries will diminish.

Road conditions are expected to gradually improve overnight tonight, but with temperatures being below freezing, watch out for slippery spots.

To find the latest road conditions visit:
Minnesota: 511mn.org
Wisconsin: 511wi.org

Snowfall Totals gathered by the National Weather Service:
- Duluth: 11.0"
- Hawthorne: 11.0"
- Danbury: 7.6"
- Cloquet: 8.0"
- Hayward: 5.3"
- Lutsen: 5.8"
- Ely: 4.8"
- Two Harbors: 8.7"

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Posted by Meteorologist Jeff Edmondson
Updated at 3:45 pm

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