Finland, other Lake County areas hit with first snow; more on the way this week
The winter storm that moved through northern Wisconsin and the Arrowhead region Sunday, Nov. 4, brought mostly rain to the area, but some wet snow accumulated further away from Lake Superior.
The Twin Ports saw rain near the lake, but 1.8 inches of snow was reported near the Duluth International Airport, according to the National Weather Service.
Just outside of Two Harbors, the National Weather Service reported snow totals of 2.5 inches and 3.4 inches.
Elsewhere in Lake County, reports of between 3.3 inches and 6 inches of snow were recorded in Finland.
Further up the North Shore, Lutsen received 1.6 inches of snow and Grand Marais received 1.2 inches of snow, according to the National Weather Service.
Northern Wisconsin saw snow total 1.5 inches in Poplar and 2.7 inches near Moquah.
Another system carrying rain and snow is expected to move across the area Monday into Tuesday with rain turning to snow Monday evening to Tuesday morning. The National Weather Service predicts 3-4 inches of snow near Grand Rapids.
Temperatures in the low 40s are expected Monday, dropping to the mid-30s during the day Tuesday.