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Snow, freezing drizzle continue across the Northland this morning

An electronic message board cautions motorists traveling on I-35 near downtown Duluth of slippery conditions on Monday afternoon. (Steve Kuchera / skuchera@duluthnews.com)

Winter storm warnings and advisories remain in effect until noon today for the Northland, as a few more inches of snow are expected before a prolonged winter weather event winds down.

Roads across the region are snow-covered and slippery, the Minnesota and Wisconsin departments of transportation reported. A number of school districts across the region have canceled or delayed classes today.

“Generally, another 1 to 4 inches is anticipated over much of the region, especially along and north of Highway 2,” the National Weather Service reported. “A band of lake-effect snow could bring some heavier snow this morning to Duluth and points north towards Two Harbors.”

Some freezing drizzle may mix in with the snow, the Weather Service reported.

The precipitation should wind down this afternoon from southwest to northeast across the Northland.

From Sunday morning through 6 a.m. Tuesday, the Duluth airport had received 9.8 inches of snow, coming in several rounds of snowfall.

Here’s a roundup of weather warnings and advisories in effect for the region:

Duluth, Cloquet

Winter storm warning in effect until noon. Additional snowfall of 2 to 4 inches possible, with some freezing rain possibly mixing in with the snow.

Superior, Two Harbors, Bayfield, Ashland, Hayward, Hurley, Hinckley, Aitkin

Winter weather advisory in effect until noon. Additional snowfall of 1 to 3 inches possible, with some freezing rain possibly mixing in with the snow.

Grand Rapids, Hibbing, Virginia, Ely, Grand Marais, International Falls

Winter weather advisory in effect until noon. Additional snowfall of 2 to 5 inches possible.

Check back for weather updates.

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