Following Monday night's snowfall, another round of snow will develop across the Northland starting Tuesday night and into Wednesday afternoon or evening.
Between 3-5 inches is expected to fall during that time in the Twin Ports, the National Weather Service in Duluth reported, with totals lowering north of southern St. Louis County. A winter weather advisory will be in effect from midnight to 3 p.m. Wednesday that includes Douglas, Carlton and southern St. Louis counties.
Snow should begin after midnight Tuesday with the worst conditions occurring early Wednesday morning and into the afternoon.
Expected snow accumulations include Two Harbors, 2-5 inches; Silver Bay, 1-4 inches; Ely, Isabella and Grand Marais, 1-3 inches; and Ashland, 3-6 inches.
The weather service reported that confidence is increasing in another storm to begin Friday. The second round of snow could drop more than 6 inches across the Northland between Friday and Saturday, with the worst conditions Friday night.
Snowfall reports from Monday night into Tuesday morning, according to the NWS:
- 4.5 inches in Silver Bay
- 4 inches in Two Harbors
- 4 inches in Grand Marais
- 4 inches in Orr
- 2.4 inches in Duluth
- 1.5 inches in Superior
- 1.5 inches in Moose Lake