As snow gives way to wind and bitter cold, the digging out process gets underway for the first significant snowstorm of the 2018-2019 season for Northlanders. Snow and wind in excess of a foot in many places made for difficult travel conditions and power outages around the region to end Christmas Week 2018.

This storm also etched a place in the history books, with 12.2 inches falling at the Duluth Airport in a 24 hour period, making it #22 on the all-time snowfall totals within a 24-hour period in Duluth.

So, how much did everyone get? Here are the latest snowfall reports from the National Weather Service as of 9:30 Friday morning.

  • 18 inches - Finland, MN
  • 18 inches - Hovland, MN
  • 15.6 inches - Brimson, MN
  • 14.4 inches - Lutsen, MN
  • 14.2 inches - Cuyuna, MN
  • 13.1 inches - Duluth International Airport
  • 12.6 inches - Duluth,MN/Piedmont Area
  • 12.5 inches - Duluth, MN/Lester Park
  • 12.5 inches - Cloquet, MN
  • 12.5 inches - 7 miles NNW of Two Harbors, MN
  • 11 inches - Proctor, MN
  • 11 inches - Hoyt Lakes, MN
  • 11 inches - Goodland, MN
  • 10.6 inches - Wright, MN
  • 10.5 inches - 7 miles SSE of Grand Rapids, MN
  • 10.4 inches - Mahtowa, MN
  • 10.2 inches - Silver Bay, MN
  • 10.1 inches - Holyoke, MN
  • 9.5 inches - Herbster, WI
  • 8.2 inches - Maple, WI
  • 7.8 inches - Embarrass, MN
  • 5.1 inches - SE of Superior, WI