Another Round Of Snow On The Way For Minnesota + Wisconsin
Mother Nature has been pretty busy lately. After a relatively mild winter season, things have certainly started to pick up over the past few weeks. The Duluth area has seen snowfall after snowfall it seems and it doesn't look like that is stopping anytime soon.
The National Weather Service is sharing details regarding yet another round of snow set to impact the Northland later this week. This does not include the light snow we are expecting late Tuesday (March 7th) into Wednesday in the Twin Ports.
According to The National Weather Service of Duluth, we won't get a ton of snow in the area but it will be enough to disrupt your daily life, especially your commutes. Here is what you need to know, according to their report:
When: The National Weather Service of Duluth says that most of this round of snow will fall beginning Thursday evening (March 9th) through the middle of the day on Friday. However, there will be light snow Thursday morning in northern Minnesota and near the Minnesota & Wisconsin state line before it picks up later in the day.
Where: This snow will impact east-central Minnesota and most of Northwest Wisconsin. Duluth and Superior are included in the impact zone, along with southern areas in the Northland.
How Much: As of now, we aren't expecting a big dumping of snow but snow totals up to four inches is possible for areas in the impact zone. The National Weather Service of Duluth described this round of snow as "light to potentially moderate" but not severe.
How To Prepare: We are all used to snowstorms by now. The main impact of this one is going to be dangerous travel conditions so give yourself extra time to get to any destination Thursday and Friday, especially Friday morning.
We aren't alone! It looks like the Twin Cities area is expecting even more snow with this system, with the National Weather Service office in the area saying it a "significant winter storm" is likely this round. Things aren't looking nearly as hairy for us, as the further south you go, the more snow is expected in the state.