Douglas Severe Watches & Warnings NOAA Weather Radio

Lake Effect Snow Advisory
Statement as of 2:56 PM CST on November 24, 2014

...Lake effect Snow Advisory remains in effect until 6 am CST Tuesday...

* location...Douglas...Bayfield and Ashland counties.

* Timing...snow will continue through tonight...ending either overnight or early Tuesday morning.

* Snow accumulations...storm totals of 4 to 6 inches of snow will fall through tonight. The highest amounts will be over northern portions of Douglas and Bayfield counties and over east central Ashland County.

* Winds/visibility...northwest winds gusting up to 30 mph will result in areas of blowing snow and visibilities of less than a half mile at times near Lake Superior.

* Impacts...expect snow covered roads.

Precautionary/preparedness actions...

A lake effect Snow Advisory Means Lake-effect snow is forecast that will make travel difficult in some areas. Lake-effect snow showers typically align themselves in bands and will likely be intense enough to drop several inches in localized areas. Use caution when traveling.

Local Storm Report

11/24/2014 0607 PM

Amnicon Falls stat, Douglas County.

Snow m5.0 inch, reported by public.

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11/24/2014 0607 PM

Bennett, Douglas County.

Snow m3.0 inch, reported by public.

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11/24/2014 0144 PM

Mouth of Brule, Douglas County.

Snow m1.0 inch, reported by trained spotter.

11/24/2014 0126 PM

7 miles ESE of Superior, Douglas County.

Snow m2.2 inch, reported by trained spotter.

11/24/2014 1208 PM

3 miles E of Hawthorne, Douglas County.

Snow m3.2 inch, reported by trained spotter.

Still snowing

11/24/2014 1115 am

7 miles ESE of Superior, Douglas County.

Snow m0.7 inch, reported by trained spotter.

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