11 inches — Motley

10.1 inches — Brainerd

9 inches — McKinley

8.8 inches — Calumet

8.5 inches — Baxter, Kettle River

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8 inches — Cuyuna, Kinney

7.9 inches — Winton

7.8 inches — National Weather Service in Duluth

7.5 inches — Babbitt

7.3 inches — Cloquet, Hoyt Lakes

7.2 inches — Mahtowa

7.1 inches — Twig

7 inches — Aitkin, Floodwood

6.8 inches — Foxboro

6.6 inches — Iron Junction

6.5 inches — Moose Lake

6 inches — Ely

5.4 inches — South Range

4.7 inches — Northwest of Two Harbors, Cornucopia

4 inches — Southeast of Superior, Ely, Gordon

2.5 inches — Hayward, Two Harbors

As of 10:35 a.m. This list will be updated as new reports come in.

A Cat operator moves snow to the top of a growing pile in a West Duluth parking lot Wednesday morning. (Steve Kuchera / skuchera@duluthnews.com)
A Cat operator moves snow to the top of a growing pile in a West Duluth parking lot Wednesday morning. (Steve Kuchera / skuchera@duluthnews.com)


Hartley Nature Center Operations Director Matt Willey clears snow off of the center’s 72 roof-mounted solar panels, capable of producing nearly 12 kilowatts of electricity, Wednesday morning. “It’s a chore to clear them all off,” Willey said. “Luckily it’s a light snow today.” (Steve Kuchera / skuchera@duluthnews.com)
Hartley Nature Center Operations Director Matt Willey clears snow off of the center’s 72 roof-mounted solar panels, capable of producing nearly 12 kilowatts of electricity, Wednesday morning. “It’s a chore to clear them all off,” Willey said. “Luckily it’s a light snow today.” (Steve Kuchera / skuchera@duluthnews.com)

Fresh snow on a blue spruce tree in Duluth. (John Myers / jmyers@duluthnews.com)
Fresh snow on a blue spruce tree in Duluth. (John Myers / jmyers@duluthnews.com)