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Tullibee

Gunflint or surrounding areas snowfall totals???

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How much snow fell out of this last storm in the arrowhead region???

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Like 10 inches in Cloquet

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PRELIMINARY LOCAL STORM REPORT...SUMMARY

NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE DULUTH MN

1230 AM CST MON DEC 24 2007

..TIME... ...EVENT... ...CITY LOCATION... ...LAT.LON...

..DATE... ....MAG.... ..COUNTY LOCATION..ST.. ...SOURCE....

..REMARKS..

0220 PM SNOW ORR 48.06N 92.82W

12/23/2007 M8.3 INCH ST. LOUIS MN CO-OP OBSERVER

0239 PM SNOW TWO HARBORS 47.03N 91.68W

12/23/2007 E10.0 INCH LAKE MN DEPT OF HIGHWAYS

0239 PM SNOW 23 N TOFTE 47.89N 90.88W

12/23/2007 M3.0 INCH COOK MN TRAINED SPOTTER

0239 PM SNOW SILVER BAY 47.29N 91.28W

12/23/2007 M6.0 INCH LAKE MN TRAINED SPOTTER

0239 PM SNOW 1 E ISLAND LAKE 47.01N 92.17W

12/23/2007 M7.0 INCH ST. LOUIS MN TRAINED SPOTTER

TWO DAY TOTAL

0245 PM SNOW 15 N AITKIN 46.75N 93.71W

12/23/2007 M2.0 INCH AITKIN MN TRAINED SPOTTER

0245 PM SNOW NISSWA 46.50N 94.30W

12/23/2007 M2.0 INCH CROW WING MN TRAINED SPOTTER

0245 PM SNOW PEQUOT LAKES 46.60N 94.32W

12/23/2007 M0.8 INCH CROW WING MN TRAINED SPOTTER

0300 PM SNOW DANBURY 46.01N 92.37W

12/23/2007 M7.0 INCH BURNETT WI TRAINED SPOTTER

0315 PM SNOW TOWER 47.81N 92.29W

12/23/2007 M9.0 INCH ST. LOUIS MN TRAINED SPOTTER

TWO DAY TOTAL.

0315 PM SNOW DULUTH 46.78N 92.12W

12/23/2007 M7.5 INCH ST. LOUIS MN TRAINED SPOTTER

WEST DULUTH...DENFELD TOWNSHIP.

0320 PM SNOW HERTEL 45.81N 92.18W

12/23/2007 M5.0 INCH BURNETT WI TRAINED SPOTTER

0330 PM SNOW MAPLE 46.59N 91.72W

12/23/2007 M13.5 INCH DOUGLAS WI TRAINED SPOTTER

0330 PM SNOW 2 E BUTTERNUT 46.01N 90.46W

12/23/2007 M11.5 INCH ASHLAND WI TRAINED SPOTTER

0330 PM SNOW HOYT LAKES 47.51N 92.15W

12/23/2007 M9.3 INCH ST. LOUIS MN TRAINED SPOTTER

TWO DAY TOTAL.

0330 PM SNOW 3 NE NISSWA 46.53N 94.25W

12/23/2007 M1.5 INCH CROW WING MN TRAINED SPOTTER

0336 PM HEAVY SNOW MELLEN 46.32N 90.66W

12/23/2007 E16.0 INCH ASHLAND WI TRAINED SPOTTER

STILL SNOWING HEAVY.

0345 PM SNOW BAYFIELD 46.81N 90.82W

12/23/2007 M10.5 INCH BAYFIELD WI TRAINED SPOTTER

CONSIDERABLE BLOWING AND DRIFTING SNOW.

0355 PM SNOW ELY 47.91N 91.85W

12/23/2007 M12.0 INCH ST. LOUIS MN TRAINED SPOTTER

0355 PM SNOW BABBITT 47.65N 91.94W

12/23/2007 M14.5 INCH ST. LOUIS MN TRAINED SPOTTER

0400 PM SNOW 1 SW HINCKLEY 46.00N 92.95W

12/23/2007 M3.2 INCH PINE MN TRAINED SPOTTER

TWO DAY TOTAL.

0400 PM SNOW OULU 46.63N 91.53W

12/23/2007 M12.5 INCH BAYFIELD WI TRAINED SPOTTER

0400 PM SNOW 8 S HAYWARD 45.89N 91.48W

12/23/2007 M7.5 INCH SAWYER WI TRAINED SPOTTER

0400 PM SNOW CLAM LAKE 46.16N 90.92W

12/23/2007 M12.5 INCH ASHLAND WI TRAINED SPOTTER

0420 PM SNOW SARONA 45.71N 91.81W

12/23/2007 M6.5 INCH WASHBURN WI TRAINED SPOTTER

0445 PM SNOW POPLAR 46.58N 91.79W

12/23/2007 M16.0 INCH DOUGLAS WI TRAINED SPOTTER

0500 PM SNOW 7 WNW POPLAR 46.62N 91.92W

12/23/2007 M10.5 INCH DOUGLAS WI TRAINED SPOTTER

0500 PM SNOW PHILLIPS 45.70N 90.40W

12/23/2007 M14.0 INCH PRICE WI TRAINED SPOTTER

0515 PM SNOW 20 NE PARK FALLS 46.14N 90.15W

12/23/2007 M10.0 INCH IRON WI TRAINED SPOTTER

0530 PM SNOW GLIDDEN 46.13N 90.58W

12/23/2007 M18.0 INCH ASHLAND WI TRAINED SPOTTER

0600 PM SNOW 14 N BRULE 46.76N 91.58W

12/23/2007 M10.0 INCH DOUGLAS WI TRAINED SPOTTER

0600 PM SNOW ASKOV 46.19N 92.78W

12/23/2007 M6.9 INCH PINE MN TRAINED SPOTTER

TWO DAY TOTAL.

0600 PM SNOW 10 SW SUPERIOR 46.59N 92.21W

12/23/2007 M12.5 INCH DOUGLAS WI TRAINED SPOTTER

0600 PM SNOW GRAND RAPIDS 47.23N 93.52W

12/23/2007 M3.0 INCH ITASCA MN TRAINED SPOTTER

0600 PM SNOW BEAVER BAY 47.26N 91.30W

12/23/2007 M6.0 INCH LAKE MN TRAINED SPOTTER

0600 PM SNOW 4 N GRANTSBURG 45.84N 92.68W

12/23/2007 M5.8 INCH BURNETT WI TRAINED SPOTTER

SNOW DEPTH 11.5 INCHES.

0615 PM SNOW CLOQUET 46.73N 92.49W

12/23/2007 M10.5 INCH CARLTON MN NWS EMPLOYEE

0615 PM SNOW KERRICK 46.34N 92.59W

12/23/2007 M9.8 INCH PINE MN TRAINED SPOTTER

0615 PM SNOW BAYFIELD 46.81N 90.82W

12/23/2007 M14.2 INCH BAYFIELD WI TRAINED SPOTTER

WEST END OF TOWN.

0620 PM SNOW CULVER 46.93N 92.56W

12/23/2007 M6.3 INCH ST. LOUIS MN TRAINED SPOTTER

SNOW DEPTH 22 INCHES.

0630 PM SNOW WRENSHALL 46.62N 92.38W

12/23/2007 M7.6 INCH CARLTON MN TRAINED SPOTTER

0630 PM SNOW GILE 46.43N 90.23W

12/23/2007 M15.0 INCH IRON WI TRAINED SPOTTER

0700 PM SNOW KENNAN 45.53N 90.59W

12/23/2007 M14.5 INCH PRICE WI TRAINED SPOTTER

TOTAL SINCE 6PM SATURDAY. CONSIDERABLE DRIFTING UP TO 5

FEET.

0700 PM SNOW 5 S HERBSTER 46.76N 91.26W

12/23/2007 M16.0 INCH BAYFIELD WI TRAINED SPOTTER

0855 PM SNOW DULUTH 46.78N 92.12W

12/23/2007 M10.3 INCH ST. LOUIS MN OFFICIAL NWS OBS

DULUTH NWS FORECAST OFFICE.

0900 PM SNOW 4 SW BRUNO 46.24N 92.73W

12/23/2007 M9.8 INCH PINE MN TRAINED SPOTTER

0900 PM SNOW 2 E YELLOWLAKE 45.94N 92.34W

12/23/2007 M6.8 INCH BURNETT WI TRAINED SPOTTER

0900 PM SNOW COTTON 47.17N 92.47W

12/23/2007 M8.0 INCH ST. LOUIS MN TRAINED SPOTTER

0920 PM SNOW SAXON 46.49N 90.42W

12/23/2007 M16.0 INCH IRON WI TRAINED SPOTTER

0945 PM SNOW MASON 46.44N 91.06W

12/23/2007 M9.0 INCH BAYFIELD WI TRAINED SPOTTER

1005 PM SNOW GILE 46.43N 90.23W

12/23/2007 M16.5 INCH IRON WI TRAINED SPOTTER

1045 PM SNOW 1 E GHEEN 47.97N 92.79W

12/23/2007 M12.0 INCH ST. LOUIS MN TRAINED SPOTTER

1100 PM SNOW MERCER 46.17N 90.06W

12/23/2007 M8.0 INCH IRON WI TRAINED SPOTTER

&&

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