After breaking the April snowfall record by over 10 inches last week, it looks like we have the opportunity to see April 2013 down as an even bigger month in the category of snowfall with another major winter storm approaching the Duluth/Superior area.
Before snow started to fall on Thursday, Duluth sat very near a record for the most snowfall in the month of April. After some places saw between one and two feet of snow, we find ourselves digging out after the third major April snowstorm in a row. So, did we break any records and how much did we g…
This spring seems more like an extension of winter, with two major winter storms hitting in mid-April in the Twin Ports, and a third one on the way. How abnormal is it to see snow storms like this in the Duluth/ Superior area so late in the season?
Snow is expected to continue to fall through the afternoon and evening, offering 1-4 additional inches of snow in the Twin Ports and on top of what we already have on the ground. So, how much snow has fallen around the Duluth / Superior region?
With temperatures flirting with 50 then dropping below freezing, this spring has certainly been a weather roller coaster. In another one of the low points of the season, the Twin Ports is the target of a winter storm that is expected to bring several inches of snow this weekend.
While the worst of the first major snow storm of March 2013 will miss the Twin Ports region, we will still see plenty of snow and wind that could make driving messy Monday night and Tuesday morning. The National Weather Service has issued a winter storm warning for a vast majority of Minnesota and We…
Everyone has noticed the pile of snow in front of their homes, businesses and bus areas, here is the schedule released by the City of Duluth for Snow clean up. Please pay attention to your area and help by moving your car.
The Duluth Police Department has received complaints about snow removal since our last Winter Storm.With more snow on the way, people are reminded to park on the right side of the street, shovel your walks for Postal workers, and pay attention to where you are moving the snow to.